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    dual voltage

    does anyone knows if the oem charger is dual voltage 110-220v. I am in the US and about to travel oversea.

    I cant read the wording on the charcing cube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wratran2025
    does anyone knows if the oem charger is dual voltage 110-220v. I am in the US and about to travel oversea.

    I cant read the wording on the charcing cube.
    Yikes, that's hard to read! I had to get out my magnifying loupe.

    Good news. It says "Input Voltage 100-240V ~ 50/60 Hz". It should work just about anywhere in the world (though you'll need an appropriate adapter plug, of course),

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    I never understood dual voltage, after all the plugs in europe are different so even if the charger senses the voltage it could ne be plugged into the wall

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    Yes, but there are simple mechanical adapters that convert from the US plug to a European receptacle, without changing the voltage or anything else.

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    i bought a variety set of adapter prong. its cheaper than buyer the one with voltage converter

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