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RND 2.1A (fast) Dual USB AC Adapter / Wall charger for iPads, Tablets, Smartphones, MP3 Players and Gaming Devices (black)
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- Compatible with most USB enabled Devices (iPads, Digital Cameras, Smartphones, and Gaming Devices)
- Dual USB port AC Wall charger (USB cable not included)
- Input: 12-24V DC; Output: 5.0V DC 2.1Amp
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We decided to go with RND because of the high reviews, because RND always responds to negative reviews/product errors and appears to correct them, and because their products are "Made for iPhone" and come in retail packaging. There are many long USB cable that do not meet any of these requirements, and most of those have 3 stars max. The cables are not made out of the same material as the Apple cable; RND have a stiffer, plastic-y feel compared to Apple's more flexible, softer feel. But, how often do you cuddle with your USB cable? Not a big deal. The additional bonus was the black cable. Apple seems bound by law to only make white charging devices, so they are constantly dirty and gritty. The black cable is more discreet and hides better by her work desk.
We also bought the RND USB charger. The two minor issues I have with the charger are 1. The annoying red LED. At night this casts an eerie glow across the room. Another reason she brought that one to work. 2. It was not in retail packaging. I was a little concerned at first by this, but it charges an iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S at the same time, so no worries there. We love it, and wish we had bought one sooner. It also costs around $20 cheaper than the Apple wall plug.
Highly recommend, and will hopefully not have to buy any in the near future. I know this is written rather quickly after getting the products, but I will be back on here if they start to fall apart or fry my phone.
I also tested it with a Motorola smartphone that is quite finicky about chargers. Works with that too. My next challenge will be an iPod touch. I expect that to work as well.
Most people do not realize that chargers can communicate with personal electronic devices. A charger can announce its voltage and current capacity by passing data through the power cable when it is first attached. Some devices refuse to charge with certain chargers. The most common problem is a charger with insufficient current (amps). All chargers look alike. Just because the USB plug fits, that may not be enough. If the device expected a beefier power supply, it will refuse to charge. Modern USB hand-helds are power hungry, and most are smart enough to reject a wimpy charger. I have yet to find any USB device that rejects this charger.
Update - I've found that this adapter works perfectly when charging two iPods, two iPhones or one iPad. It won't charge a second device while an iPad is connected. But, any two iPhones/iPods will charge fine.
this was my first RND product.
(What happened to the option to insert Amazon product links???)
Charging my SGS3 (Verizon) only shows about 600mah on either port. Also hooked up my old SGS Fascinate at the same time...still only outputting 600mah on both ports. Both seem to be charging fine, but not the at least 1amp per port it is supposed to be.
I have the Samsung charger that came with my old Fascinate (Travel Adapter Model: ETA0S20JBE 0.7A) I have 2 of those and they both put out what they claim to on the label (755mah)...
So, my search for a true 1amp or higher per port charger continues.