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iMac - using Australian iMac in Japan (power adapters?)


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Hi there, first post here.

Just wondering whether anybody knows about using an Australian purchased Intel core 2 duo iMac 17 inch in Japan. Is it possible? What kind of adapters would be required for the different voltages so it can be used in japan safely?

Thanks in advance if anyone can shed any light

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