Using touch elsewhere

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  1. simeezee

    simeezee New Member

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    I'm going to travel to Asia countries for the next few weeks. I'm just wondering if I can plug in my iPod touch 2nd gen into the computers over there to sync with iTunes.

    I know the the voltage over there is 220v so does that mean I must have an adapter to lower the voltage so I can charge it from an wall outlet?

    Thanks.
  2. LssThanThree

    LssThanThree Active Member

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    You should to be on the safe side and not kill your iPod!
    but I'm not sure..
  3. touch_iPod

    touch_iPod Well-Known Member

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    For charging, you can get a Global Adapter from any local electronics shop... With this adapter, you can use your iPod charger in Asia according to the type of country's socket... Will you be heading to Malaysia also, just to ask?

    And sync-wise, it shouldn't be a problem to sync your iPod with local computers...
  4. simeezee

    simeezee New Member

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    Not Malaysia. I will be heading to China and Japan for a business trip.
  5. deepower

    deepower New Member

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    yeah, just buy a cheap adapter that'll do it

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    and usb-charging wont be a problem becouse the current (5.05 DC if im not wrong) is universal
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  7. deepower

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    it does even have 2 usb ports! cool!

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