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Scootsnz

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#289686 23-Sep-2021 10:19
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My brother recently died and I retrieved several tablets and a Chromebook. The only device that didn't have a plug in charger is the CES102. What perplexes me is that it doesn't appear to have a charging port. There seems to be virtually no information on the 'net about them. Here on GeekZone they are disparaged as not a great device.

 

What I want to know is how are they charged?

 

Scooter


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  #2782576 23-Sep-2021 10:46
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Is that Everis (Warehouse Brand)?  Those chargers seem quite hard to get hold of independently.


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  #2782581 23-Sep-2021 10:52
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sorry to hear that.

 

does it have a usb port? more likely microusb port. that might be how you charge it.





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  #2782624 23-Sep-2021 11:55
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jonb:

 

Is that Everis (Warehouse Brand)?  Those chargers seem quite hard to get hold of independently.

 

 

I don't know. I'll try searching for #Everis.

 

Thanks, Scooter


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  #2783466 24-Sep-2021 11:22
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If it's that one above with 32GB storage it is not worth investing any money, as don't think Windows 10 can't do updates anymore on that size storage.


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  #2783504 24-Sep-2021 12:12
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Batman:

 

sorry to hear that.

 

does it have a usb port? more likely microusb port. that might be how you charge it.

 

 

+This 

 

f you can't find a dedicated power port,  My first guess would be via USB-C or some other form of USB charging


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