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Old 11-07-2008, 05:46 AM   #1
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Ladegerät PRS-505

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meinen PRS benutze ich jeden Tag. Nervig ist nur das Aufladen via USB Kabel am Rechner.

Wie macht ihr das ?

Hat jemand Erfahrung mit einem externen Ladegerät (am Gerät gibt es ja dafür einen Port mit +5,2V) ?

Ich habe auch für mein Handy ein Ladegerät, was in einen Mini-USB Anschluß mündet. Das müsste doch auch gehen, oder ?
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Old 11-07-2008, 01:13 PM   #2
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Angeblich paßt das Ladegerät einer Sony PSP, die sollten nicht allzu teuer sein.
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Old 11-19-2008, 11:43 AM   #3
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Das Ladegerät passt nicht nur angeblich, sondern auch tatsächlich.
Sollte man beim Ladevorgang lesen wollen, empfiehlt sich ein Ladegerät mit abgeknicktem Stecker, da sonst das unten dranhängende Kabel stört.
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Ich besitze selber ein Cybook und weiß es nur vom "hörensagen" - daher das "angeblich"
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Old 12-07-2008, 10:28 AM   #5
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Tschuldigung, ich "sheep" den Fred noch mal nach oben.

Habe mir jetzt mal das Ladegerät der PSP angesehen. Das liefert aber nur 5V. Auf dem Reader ist aber angegeben 5,2V.
Macht das was ?
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Habe mir jetzt mal das Ladegerät der PSP angesehen. Das liefert aber nur 5V. Auf dem Reader ist aber angegeben 5,2V.
Macht das was ?
Nö. Schließlich lädt der Reader auch über den USB-Anschluss nur mit 5 Volt.
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Old 12-28-2008, 10:32 PM   #7
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in den us-foren weist man auf das usb-anschlusskabel fuer die psp hin. das hat zwei ausgaenge - eines fuer mini usb und das andere fuer die ladebuchse am 505 - kannst aber auch alternativ ein ladegeraet fuer den 505 bei e-bay bestellen. kostet ca. 10 euronen.
das habe ich mr zugelegt (11 us $ incl. transport nach nyc)
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