12 best travel adapters for your laptop [2020 Guide]

Milan Stanojevic
by Milan Stanojevic
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If you’re planning to travel with your laptop, it is essential to carry along a travel adapter because you just never know where you may need to juice up your device.

A travel adapter is a device that helps you plug in and power electrical, and/or electronic devices.

Today, however, travel adapters are no longer ‘plug and use’. You need to know how to safely charge your device while you’re out there, so there are factors to consider about travel adapters before you pack it away in your suitcase.

Best travel adapters for your laptop

  1. Insten Universal Travel Adapter

Insten Travel Adapter


This travel adapter has pop-out prongs that work for different countries, but doesn’t come with USB outlets, so you may not be able to use it with your smart devices. It’s a simple, compact adapter, with one plug outlet that’s compatible for use in the US.


  • Light weight and small enough to fit anywhere
  • Works in more than 150 countries
  • Value priced
  • Pop-out plug prongs work in US, UK, Australia, Europe and Canada


  • No warranty
  • No USB outlet

Get the Insten Universal Travel Adapter

  1. Zendure Passport Global Travel Adapter

Zendure Passport Travel Adapter


This adapter has a salient feature that lets you switch between different plug types by sliding either of the four buttons, then connect your device. Perhaps what makes this an ideal travel adapter is its self-resetting fuse, which trips and blocks power surges and overload, then automatically resets itself. If you’ve ever used an adapter and it blows, you’ll have to replace it, but this adapter saves you that kind of hassle, so you can use it again and again.


  • Multiple USB ports
  • Compact in size, can fit anywhere
  • Works in more than 150 countries


  • Cost may be on the higher side for a travel adapter

Get the Zendure Passport Global Travel Adapter 

  1. Pors-ela International Travel Adapter

Pors-ela Travel Adapter

This adapter also has a sliding mechanism that lets you switch between US, UK, and Australian plug types, and an extra fold-out plug for European power outlets. Unlike Zendure’s self-resetting fuse, the Pors-ela adapter comes with a 6A fuse guarding against overloads, plus a spare fuse in case the other blows.


  • Compact and lightweight, can fit anywhere
  • 2 USB ports for charging smartphone or tablet
  • Spare fuse
  • Available in two colors
  • Comes with its own travel pouch
  • Affordable

  1. Bestek Travel Adapter & Voltage Converter

Bestek travel adapterThe advantage of having this travel adapter is that it is safe for use with electronic devices that aren’t dual voltage, because it doubles up as a voltage converter. So you can rest assured your devices will be protected from damage. This adapter beats its counterparts as it comes with 3 USB chargers and 4 USB ports, meaning you can connect multiple devices simultaneously. However, most devices are dual voltage, so check your device prior. Either way, this adapter’s voltage converter will still protect your devices from damage.


  • Step-down voltage conversion for low wattage devices
  • 18 month warranty
  • Multiple USB ports and USB chargers


  • Unsafe for use with high wattage devices

  1. Loop World Travel Adapter


Loop Travel Adapter

This adapter has everything you need in a travel adapter: good size, great quality, and its suitable for use in many countries.  It has dual USB outlets so you can connect other devices (smartphone or tablet) besides your laptop, while its pop-out prongs work in the US, UK, Europe, Canada and Australia. However, always check your country’s compatibility before you buy an adapter.


  • Light weight and small enough to fit anywhere
  • Fun color combinations
  • Dual USB outlets
  • Reasonable price of $15
  • Works in more than 150 countries
  • Pop-out plug prongs work in US, UK, Australia, Europe and Canada
  • 18 months warranty

Buy the Loop World Travel Adapter

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