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Don't bother with a power converter unless you have a lot of appliances that need 220V→110V conversion. The Nintendo charger is itself a converter from 220V or 110V depending on the model, to the 4.6V used by the console. Chaining converters wastes energy, in addition to requiring two devices when one will do. In my country, you can get a 220V 3DS charger ...


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As an alternative to a separate voltage converter (which for such a small device is probably overkill), although the 3DS states 4.6V as an input voltage, it will accept 5V. Hence, you can simply buy a USB charger cable (like this one) and then you can use your laptop, desktop, or any of the myriad USB wall/car chargers that you can pick up cheaply (or like ...


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As long as you aren't trying to run a hair dryer off of it, this adapter should do the trick. It isn't grounded, which means it I would not expect it to do very intensive work, and some plugs may require you to fill the grounding peg hole to get a current. You should have some sense of supervision if you plan on drawing any more power from it. Though this ...


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