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Topic # 93990 3-Dec-2011 09:28
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Hi

Is there a usb wall charger that will charge both a Sony ereader PRS 350 and a Ipod Touch 4

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  Reply # 553358 4-Dec-2011 09:00
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I got one from the local coin save shop for about $5. It's cheap no doubt about it, and you get what you pay for but it works fine for charging my ebook reader.

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  Reply # 553361 4-Dec-2011 09:07
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I have one of these (link below) works well and turns itself off after charging is complete so is safe to leave connected all the time.

http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=511953

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  Reply # 553376 4-Dec-2011 09:39
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Will a USB hub attached to a normal wall charger work?

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  Reply # 553388 4-Dec-2011 09:57
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I have one of these:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/4-Port-USB-AC-Adapter-Travel-Charger-iPhone-10W-2A-/290504472974#ht_703wt_689

It seems cheaper than those shown above and, best of all, has NZ/Aust option among the interchangeable heads, which those above don't have.

The four outputs are 5v @ 2000, 1000, 670 and 500 mA so it's great for iDevices and e-readers etc.

Edit: Actually mine is this one:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-Port-USB-AC-Charger-Adapter-ALL-iPhone-iPad-/140623605259?pt=US_Tablet_Accessories&hash=item20bdd1ee0b#ht_2614wt_922

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