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Q: I will be traveling overseas later this year with my 4G iPod. How can I charge the iPod? Do I need any special equipment?

- Jon

A: The iPod charger accepts AC current from 100 to 240 volts. The easiest solution is to buy the Apple World Travel Adapter Kit ($39.00) so you can plug the iPod charger into an AC outlet in the country you’re visiting. We also recommend Capdase’s less expensive Universal AC Adapter as a similar alterative that might work, depending on the country you’re visiting. You can also find a general power adapter in any good electronics store; make sure you get one that’s designed for the specific country(ies) where you’ll be traveling, since different countries have different AC plugs.

Kirk McElhearn is the author of several books including iPod & iTunes Garage. His blog, Kirkville features articles about the iPod, iTunes, Mac OS X and much more.

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