Ipod charging (in Italy)

  aca 20:41 02 Dec 2008
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Hi getting an Ipod nano latest version from Amazon for friend. They need to be able to charge it over the Xmas hols while in Italy.

Does it normally just come with usb pc connector or does it come with a power lead?

Having never travelled much also need advice on the power/connection that there is in Italy?

Any advice gratefully received.

  Anti_Virus 22:20 02 Dec 2008

I don't own an iPod myself, so don't hold me to this, but I beleive that it they all only come with the USB connection to charge it via your PC. If you want to charge it via mains, you can buy a mains charger for the iPod. The official Apple one is around £20 I beleive, but there's one here: click here for £6.00 + Free Shipping, which has good reviews.

All you'll need then is a UK/Euro Mains Converter so you can plug it in over in Italy.

  ^wave^ 17:30 04 Dec 2008

gear4 do a charger for ipods you can get them from pcworld or currys it comes with a selection of mains plugs too

  aca 23:07 04 Dec 2008

thanks

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