Jon wrote in post #11593981
Well, it's the same guts, just takes a cord where the American version has fold-away blades to plug directly into the wall. I'd prefer the LC-E6E, FWIW.
That's exactly what I was thinking of it for. If it uses a standard IEC connector, I can just get one for any part of the world, and substitute a cord with a US (NEMA 1-15) plug.
The LC-E6, despite having the built-in flip-out US plug, is rated for the full 100-240 volt range of voltages seen all over the world. But one with a cord would be more convenient for me in many cases. Based on some other images I found elsewhere since I first posted this thread, it does appear to be using a IEC C8 inlet. The cord for most netbook/laptop double-cord power supplies would work. And if the US model works on 100-240, I don't see why the European/Asian model would be any different (e.g. like you say, same guts).
Now I need to find where I can order one with a CEE 7/16, 7/4, or 7/7.
Oh, BTW, we do have 240 volts in the USA, too. I have a couple dozen computers connected to 240 volts.