|Item model number||90XB018P-BPW010|
|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 2.6 x 3.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||2.98 x 2.59 x 3.3 inches|
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ASUS PW100 Wireless Charging Stand
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- Auto current detection adjusts to local standards and grids worldwide
- Extra compact and light for an easy fit anywhere at home and on the move
- Complete peace of mind when using your Nexus 7 (2013) as the battery never runs out!
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|Compatible Devices||—||Amazon Kindle Fire HD/Kindle Fire HDX||Apple iPad 1/Apple iPad Air/Apple iPad Mini/Apple iPhone 5S/Samsung Galaxy S3/Samsung Galaxy S4/Samsung Galaxy Tab 2/Sony Xperia Z Tablet||Amazon Kindle Fire HD/Apple iPad 1/Apple iPad 2|
|Item Dimensions||2.59 x 2.98 x 3.3 in||2.1 x 4.1 x 0.8 in||3.54 x 3.94 x 0.79 in||1 x 7 x 1 in|
With ASUS PW100, charging your tablet is no more a nightmare of struggling with clutters of connectors and cables. All you need to do is just put your tablet on PW100 and then it will charge your tablet automatically. With embedded status LED design, you can also know whether your tablet is charging or is full charged. In the aspect of hardware design, PW100 is designed based on the new wireless charging technology. With Qi standard compatible, PW100 is compatible with most tablets or cellphones which also support Qi standard in the market.
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The only reason that I did not give it a 5 star is because the design could be a little bit better. Mainly, the 'lip' that is supposed to keep the tablet on the stand is very meager and easily slides off of the stand if you want to actually use the tablet while it is on the stand.
Also, it should be noted that you can only charge the tablet in the landscape position. It will not charge in the portrait position. Personally, I don't know enough about electronics to know if this is a design flaw in the tablet or in the charger. I'm guessing that the contact-to-charge location is not in the same places (except in the landscape position)...?
I called ASUS to find out what wireless charger to get and they said this one. It works well but you must put your device in LANDSCAPE mode. Mine charges even in its multi-angle cover case (thick but not metal). Some care is need ed to get the device and cover on the lip of the charger but it is easy once you figure it out.
I put my charger on the floor so I do not really notice the LED "charging" light but it is there. I am glad I founf this so I can save the charging port use for travel.
The charger is very study and nice looking, and it does charge the device as it is intended to do.
But, there are a few things that have me questioning the charger.
1. The cord is just way to short... It's not even 3ft long.
2. The charger does not stop charging once the N7 displays as 'Charged'. Now I've emailed ASUS to find out of this is normal. But I was under the impression the charger stopped charging once the device is charged.
3. The N5 does work on this, but not with the Google bumper case.
For $70 I expected more, so may return once I hear from ASUS on the fully charged question. The short cord is also a big negative.
Also has a nice LED charging indicator.
The only bad part is the bottom piece seems to be glued to the top piece, and it isn't firmly attached together.