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-[* black] The 2nd Generation Apple TV has a rated 0.3 amp current draw. That's only 20% of the amperage drawn by its square unibody cousin, the [guide|3094|Mac Mini]. Once we get inside, the internal power supply should tell us its real draw.
+[* black] The 2nd Generation Apple TV is rated 0.3A, with the voltage being between 110V and 240V, we cannot figure out the actual power draw. However, the current rating listed on the case is only 20% of the current drawn by its square uni-body cousin, the [guide|3094|Mac Mini]. Once we get inside, the internal power supply should tell us what the voltage and current is, so we can find the real power draw.
[* black] Apple has branded the model number as A1378.
[* icon_caution] Check out all those scratches near the power socket! They were the result of wiping off dust with a microfiber cleaning cloth, so it's no surprise that the Apple TV is shipped with a strip of black tape stuck around its perimeter. Presumably, Apple used low density plastic for the case to aid in the transmission of infrared, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth signals at the expense of scratch resistance.