My knowledge about the inner workings of electronics is very limited, but I'm planning to move country that uses a different voltage system and I was wondering if it would matter if I bought a new laptop where I currently am or if it would be better to wait until I move.
Let me explain where I'm coming from --
As far as I know in terms of electronics when you want to use your electrical stuff in a country that has a different voltage system you need to buy a transformer (and an adapter).
From what I know using the transformer should be a temporary solution and not a permanent one.
On laptops the brick that the wire plugs into is the transformer which allows laptops to be used anywhere. What I'm wondering is, is the laptop / transformer specifically set up for the country that it's sold in and it simply has the ability to switch over to other voltages if it needs to (essentially creating the same temporary solution above if used in other countries) or does it always transform voltages no matter where it's used making it not matter where you buy the laptop?