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Old 12-01-2012, 03:03 PM   #4
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Join Date: Aug 2011
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Device: Kindle 2i, Lenovo IdeaPad, Kindle PaperWhite
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Originally Posted by livramax View Post
I don't have an IdeaPad, but FWIW I regularly charge my Nook Tablet and Nexus 7 (as I also do with my other handheld electronics) from a powered-USB Hub (which is connected to my PC), which takes a lot longer than when I use the NT/N7 original USB wall-chargers (5V/2A) -- a a full charge overnight vs. a full charge in a few hours.

If you're looking for USB wall-charger you might want to give these 5V/2A chargers a try.
Thanks. Not unless someone who's tried it can advise. I tried a 1 Amp usb wall charger plugged into the micro usb port on the tablet and it got very hot so I pulled the plug. The Kindle Fire HD charges from a 2 Amp wall charger, I know. (The fast charger they sell for it is 1.8 Amps so assume 2 Amps would be safe.) But I can't get a straight answer on the Lenovo devices for some reason. And it's not in their documentation, either.
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