Can I charge the HopperGo overseas with 220V 50Hz power?

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Can I charge the HopperGo overseas with 220V 50Hz power?

Postby cyriltimko » Thu Jan 19, 2017 6:49 am

Can I charge the HopperGo overseas with 220V 50Hz power?
Normally cell phones and tablets say right on them that they can be charged with anything from 110V – 240V and at 50/60 Hz. The hopperGo does not have this information on the back and I cannot find any technical data for the Hopper Go. I travel a lot to countries that use 220V and 50Hz and need to know if I can charge my hoppergo with a wall outlet without damage.
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Re: Can I charge the HopperGo overseas with 220V 50Hz power?

Postby Mike H. » Mon Jan 23, 2017 8:33 am

What you can do to charge the HopperGO is a few things. You can connect it to your Laptop's USB port or if you are staying in a Hotel you can connect it to the HDTV USB port or if you have a Samsung AC Adapter you can connect it this way to charge it.
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Re: Can I charge the HopperGo overseas with 220V 50Hz power?

Postby salyardsjp » Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:53 am

Read: no, not without a transformer.
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