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    Default Charging North American Nexus 7 (2013) in Europe

    I'm taking a trip to Scotland next week and was planning to take my Nexus along with me. Now I'm unsure whether I need a transformer to handle the stronger European 220 voltage or does the US charger handle that automatically?

    In other words, do I need a transformer to go with the adapter?
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    Default Re: Charging North American Nexus 7 (2013) in Europe

    The standard power brick is dual voltage, so you do not need a transformer but you will need a plug converter.

    See http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...0-20&m1k=vb_ac
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    Default Re: Charging North American Nexus 7 (2013) in Europe

    Yeah! USB RULES. In Italy I was able to charge all of my devices from the same charger i use here in the states. All i needed was a simple prong converter. Just be aware that cheap prongs are really cheap. I discovered one of them didn't complete electrical contact between wall and charger.

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