Australia runs 230VAC, 50Hz, doesn't it? I'd be concerned...
Thanks for the response jim,
I dont think the power differences would make a difference seeing as it is just software.(If someone could confirm).
The reason I am asking is that it is cheaper for me to fly from Sydney to L.A., buy Solidworks, Fly home and load it onto my computer.
Even then I would still be a few hundreds better off.
I just can't understand the huge price difference between Australia and the USA.
From the SW agreement...
Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation License and Subscription Service Agreement
1.A. Grant of License. DS SolidWorks grants to you a nonexclusive, nontransferable license to use the Software and the printed and/or electronic user documentation (the "Documentation") accompanying the Software in accordance with this Agreement. If you have paid the license fee for a single-user license, this Agreement permits you to install and use one (1) copy of the Software on any single computer at any time (i.e., if you change computers, you must de-install the Software from the old computer before installing it on the new computer) in the country in which you have your principal place of business or, if one of your branches has purchased the license from your reseller, in which this branch is located and, subject to applicable law or regulation, always provided that you have purchased the license from a DS SolidWorks reseller located in the country in which it will be used. This license may not be transferred to another country.
My E-mailed response doesn't show:
My tongue was very firmly in my cheek. Your joltage should not affect anything...