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  1. #1 Travelling internationally with psp 
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    Hi,

    I want to know how I can use a psp in a country where the plug points are different. I want to mainly take it for the flight (17 hours) but I want to charge it there to show it off to my relatives too.

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    You could get an inverter
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    get a convertor
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    just by a international plug
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    an international plug will be ok, Im currently in spain (Originally from UK) and am using a converter no prob
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    Ok thanks I'll buy a converter.
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    plugs are different in other countries?
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    go to office depot and they have a cheap kit that converts US 3 prong and plugs into anywhere in asia+europe i believe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by auburntigersfan4life
    plugs are different in other countries?
    Heh, many other countries also still use 220v instead of 110 like in the states. Here in korea I have to use a converter plugged into the 220v wall outlet just to use my american electronics.

    Back on Topic - There are some adapters you can use that attach to your american plug and just plug into whatever outlet its adapting for. Most electronics i've used arent bothered by the voltage difference (havent fried my psp or pocket PC yet) and are probably the least expensive way to go.
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    220V at 50hz... in the us we use 60hz... the frequency diffrence can really mess up a motor, so buy a good converter
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