When I moved to France I brought my laptop with me...I just changed the plug to a local 2 pin plug (as with my cable there is only leads within it).....all that to say,just buy a plug when you get there and wire it up as you would any other electrical appliance...at the end of the day they have TV`s,microwaves etc there,imported from Japan(and rest of world) just like any where else...??
Both SANOS7 and Jackoms are correct for powering your laptop, however you still will not get online unless get a converter of your teleohone lead into Latvia, using the local size phone jack from your existing phone jack lead
I use a couple of UK origin laptops in Spain without a problem. I use a power lead converter to the local 3 pin equivalent. As laptop power supplies are universal (110 and 200-240v) they sort the voltage themselves.
Most countries in the world use the standard telecom pin arrangement of the 2 inside pins (except BT who stubbornly use the 2 outer pins) so you will need a converter, but network RJ45 (ethernet) are standard around the world.
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