European phone charger VS japanese

The size is pretty different. I suppose that one of the main reasons is that Japanese electricity is 110V/50Hz at normal households, so the transformer can be little. At wikipedia there is a very interesting article about electricity around the world with a map were you can check the voltages and frequencies used at each country.

  • ruben

    February 1, 2007 at 2:36 pm

    keep on going on english.
    I think it’s worth the stretch.
    Really don’t know the number of readers of the english version, bit nobody is commenting here, though.

    Moreover, I agree with the views and spirit expressed in your last polemical post, although I did’t quite agree on your arguments (indefinition of “things that bother everybody”, despite the miscomparison between a political constitution and an enterprise vision).
    Social change and legitimation are difficult to hold on together. I do forget more than often that the important thing is not to have an argument, a point, but to arguing it, know how to defend it in a rational manner.
    Blogs arem, most of the time, just opinions. Pity we restrain ourselves in such a superficial way.
    And pity we don’t have time to discuss it in front of a nice coffe or beer.

  • Mew

    May 21, 2007 at 12:09 pm

    I have a charger that’s like the european one (it is european, lol) but it’s small like that japanese one.

  • Leeloo

    May 11, 2008 at 7:05 pm

    My phone charger looks just like the one on the right. (USA)

  • tigress

    November 15, 2009 at 10:48 am

    which one is japanese and which one is european?