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User Info: n00bsaib0t

n00bsaib0t
9 months ago#11
Is this a continuation of the kid who insisted he was buying Switch games for 30 HUF?
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User Info: BanjoDude98

BanjoDude98
9 months ago#12
Well, it is the number of the universe
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User Info: dunnyrega

dunnyrega
9 months ago#13
have anyone told TC yet that there is only one input on the system for cable? the USB-C is the only in from the outside, it doesn't have a specific way for an AC adapter, everything comes in trough USB.
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User Info: bbivens

bbivens
9 months ago#14
dunnyrega posted...
have anyone told TC yet that there is only one input on the system for cable? the USB-C is the only in from the outside, it doesn't have a specific way for an AC adapter, everything comes in trough USB.

yes thanks, I just didn't know if the battery was different inside... I don't know much about foreign electronics. I know it will take a USB C, but didn't know until now that the US power cord will run it.
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User Info: Foxfire15

Foxfire15
9 months ago#15
bbivens posted...
dunnyrega posted...
have anyone told TC yet that there is only one input on the system for cable? the USB-C is the only in from the outside, it doesn't have a specific way for an AC adapter, everything comes in trough USB.

yes thanks, I just didn't know if the battery was different inside... I don't know much about foreign electronics. I know it will take a USB C, but didn't know until now that the US power cord will run it.


Yeah. It's best (and safer) to get the correct regional AC adapter for where you live. Those converters and inverters and what not are risky at best. The AC adapter converts the incoming AC to the same DC power regardless of country, but it's likely only got the guts to handle the AC for whatever country it was produced in. Such are the joys of not having standardized power infrastructure the world around.
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User Info: TalesofLizalfos

TalesofLizalfos
9 months ago#16
Amazing you only paid $42 for it if it works. The switch is region free so playing u.s games should be fine.
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User Info: kumorixLoveless

kumorixLoveless
9 months ago#17
That's a steal if it works. Good job
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User Info: metaphysician

metaphysician
9 months ago#18
I would seriously wonder whether it was stolen. That is an unbelievably low price, with an emphasis on "unbelievable".

User Info: 9Tailsfan

9Tailsfan
9 months ago#19
Holy s***! Nice! The Switch is region FREE. So just buy the Switch charger for $25.00. Factory reset to English and USA and you are good to go!
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