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fix3r
post Dec 13 2007, 07:18 PM
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I am about to buy the SL-C1000 off ebay tomorrow and it says it comes with:

Sharp Zaurus SL-C1000 - converted to English
UK AC Adapter
USB cable for connecting to your PC

Lithium ion battery
Comprehensive user guide
Original Japanese CDs

I live in the United States. The UK plugs are different then the US plugs right? (or am i mistaken).

So that means I won't be able to charge my C1000 or can I use my USB Cable to charge it when it's connected to my PC?

Thanks in advanced
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fix3r
post Dec 14 2007, 02:37 PM
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I have nothing. Lets just say I have a wall, with an outlet in the United States. And I have the C1000.
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post Dec 14 2007, 02:45 PM
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QUOTE(fix3r @ Dec 14 2007, 10:37 PM) *
I have nothing. Lets just say I have a wall, with an outlet in the United States. And I have the C1000.


then you will need to go to walmart, bestbuy etc and buy yourself a PSP power adaptor.a TomTom Go power supply (mains or in-car) for the 300,500 & 700 will also work.

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also, Radio Shack have the iGo multi charger system and their PSP tip/adaptor works perfectly with the Zaurus. that might actually be a good solution since the iGo is a fairly high quality unit and is universal voltage so you can take it on your world tour.
Reason for edit: iGo
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