Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Very good build quality
Very similar to original one
Do the job on 110V and 220V 60hz (Brazil)
None I´ve found.
I can´t understand why, in these days, Nintendo project a dirty power supply that only supports 110V. Even worst, on countries like Korea which use 220V, How do they go? Probably Nintendo produces a customized version of its power supply for 220V. Again: why?? Nowadays to project a switched power supply with input set to 100~240v 50/60Hz is somewhat easy thing to do and better: is cheaper to produce only one model! I really can´t understand can´t have a universal power supply just out of the box with a modern video game.
Here in Brazil we have mainly 110V/60Hz what fits the Wii original power supply. But all cities electrical network have capability of 220V and sometimes you will find builds with two voltages available. Although official power voltage is 110V there are cities where is more often you will find only 220V. This happens mainly in the beach (I don´t know why but almost every beach city in Brazil has 220V power network).
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