About charging an European Vita abroad.

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2 years ago#1
I have a question for European gamers who travel with their Vita.
Can you charge it in countries like US and Japan? Obviously, the plugs are completely different but will a simple adapter do the trick? Or do I need a voltage convertor?

Thanks!
2 years ago#2
Should be fine, I havent taken my vita off the continent yet but it worked in spain. Shouldnt make a difference with a adapter, I bought my og ds in usa and charged it 99% of its life through a uk adapter
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2 years ago#3
I'm not entirely sure. I imported an American 3DS (I live in Australia) and I brought an Australian charger, which works fine. You might want to try buying a region specific charger if you can.
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2 years ago#4
Yeah, buying a charger while in Japan might be a solution if my euro charge doesn't work.


SASLiquid posted...
Should be fine, I havent taken my vita off the continent yet but it worked in spain. Shouldnt make a difference with a adapter, I bought my og ds in usa and charged it 99% of its life through a uk adapter

Thing is, Europe (and Australia) use ~240V. But US and Japan use ~100V. So I was having doubt about plugging a 240V charger on a 100V socket.
2 years ago#5
It'll work fine so long as you have the correct plug, ps vita charging "bricks" are multi voltage and wil take anything between 100v and 240v.
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2 years ago#6
I already have the right adapters so it should be OK. Thanks !
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