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Can I recharge my iPod while I travel overseas without a voltage converter?Does the iPod’s AC adapte

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By Dennis Lloyd

Publisher, iLounge
Published: Sunday, February 16, 2003
News Category: iPod Usage

Yes, the iPod’s AC adapter supports a wide range of voltages. Read the AppleCare Knowledge Base document #60939 for more information. Please see the World Electric Guide for more info on a specific country’s power system standards.

However, depending on the physical outlet configuration in use in the country you will be visiting, you may need a plug adapter. You can order a World Travel Kit Adapter from the Apple Store or one of the AC travel adaptors like the Capdase USB Power Adaptor.

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