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I'm traveling to China for two days to sell some construction equipment but is there any restriction all bringing in a laptop and cell phone to China?

If I can will I need a different power supply?
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I'm traveling to China for two days to sell some construction equipment but is there any restriction all bringing in a laptop and cell phone to China?

If I can will I need a different power supply?
I don't know of any specific rules so I can't say for sure. But given that a VERY large proportion of international business travelers carry both a laptop & a cell phone (very common & familiar pieces of electronic equipment) I would think that you should be fine.

Now if you were to start carrying some "unfamiliar" pieces of electronic equipment that Chinese customs or security officials might not be familiar with...then you might have a higher risk of issues. Remember that electronic devices are very very popular & common in China just like the rest of the world...so it's really not a big deal.

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