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92 of 95 people found the following review helpful
People clearly can't read.
on April 19, 2012
So having read the reviews I can lump the bad reviews into two basic groups. A few people who might have actually gotten a slightly defective product, and most of the people who failed to read an important note in the description of this product..
NOTE: Apple iPad need a 2A input charging current, and the USB ports of a usual computer just support about 500mA to 700mA.So it is impossible to charge your iPad via your computer USB ports.
This means that if you plug the thing into your computer it WILL NOT charge.
If you plug it into a wall it WILL NOT sync.
These are two separate and distinct functions that it appears to preform flawlessly for the people (like me) who read the note accompanying the description of the product here on Amazon.
Plug it into my stupid windows computer and transfer some files, yay! Perfection.
Plug it into a wall outlet and charge it, yay! Perfection again!
Not what one might be led to believe if they read only the bad reviews. This simply reaffirms my belief that as a general rule people only read what they want to read and assume that everything works exactly the way they think it should regardless of facts, or technical requirements.