Regular Price: $11.99
The Nokia AC-301U Wall Charger Adapter Head Features:
- Original Nokia AC Power Adapter
- Use as a replacement or spare charger
- Input: 100-240V, 50-60Hz 0.3A
- Output: DC 12V === 0.75A
- AC Adapter ONLY, cable NOT included
- Compatible with Nokia Wireless Charging Plate
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Regular Price: $70.00
One of the absolute coolest features of your Nokia Lumia 820 or 920 is the ability to wirelessly charge your phone using a Nokia Wireless Charging Plate, stripping your life of a dependence on tangled cables. Featuring a wide charging area (but a flat, lightweight profile for easy transport), the Nokia Wireless Charging Plate is the future of mobile phone technology (only, you know, today). It's cute to boot, so even when it isn't basically performing electrical magic, it makes a good conversation piece!Learn More
Regular Price: $19.99
Connect your Bluetooth headset to this new, original Samsung ATADD30JBE 2.5mm Bluetooth Wall Charger and plug it into any wall outlet to get powered up and to give your weak or dead headset a much-needed charge. It is adaptable to all voltage requirements throughout the US, Europe and Asia (100~240v), giving you the convenience of easy access when you’re on the go. High-quality, portable and stylish, this Samsung ATADD30JBE 2.5mm Bluetooth Wall Charger is the perfect replacement for the original, and great as a spare for travel use.Learn More
Regular Price: $70.00
The Nokia Wireless Charging Plate Features:
- Wirelessly charge your Nokia Lumia 820 or 920
- LED light indicates charge
- Large charging area still fits in palm of hand
NOTE: Refurbished items may contain slight scratches or blemishes. However this item has been tested thoroughly and is in perfect condition.Learn More
Regular Price: $70.00
- Simply place your device on the plate for wireless charging
- LED indicator light to show charging status
- Minimalist design and vibrant colors to match your phone
- Wireless charging standard: Qi
- Input Current: 300 mA, Output Current: 750 mA
- Input Voltage: 100 - 240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, Output Voltage: 12 V
- Compatible with Nokia Lumia 820 and 920
- Chargers Overview
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A compatible charger is an essential device for any cell phone user. No surprise there. But less obvious are the differences between charger types and the terminology used to describe them:
Since it's introduction in the mid 1990's, USB (Universal Serial Bus) has become the standard mode of connection for a host of consumer electronics, mobile phones being no exception.
A number of manufacturers have, at one point or another, developed there own unique USB connection ports and cables. In recent years, however, the vast majority have switched to some variety of universal USB connection, with Apple being the one notable exception. Apple's cables and ports feature proprietary 30-pin connections, which, in addition to providing USB connectivity, also feature HDMI and Analog Audio transfer.
A compatible charger is an essential device for any cell phone user. No surprise there. But less obvious are the differences between charger types and the terminology used to describe them. Here we'll look at the few common variations, and outline what you'll need to know when purchasing a replacement:
Charging Ports and Connections
Since it's introduction in the mid 1990's, USB (Universal Serial Bus) has become the standard mode of connection for a host of consumer electronics, mobile phones being no exception. The reasoning is simple; USB allows for the transfer of both data and power, often simultaneously, so a single port will take care of all of the major transfer requirements of a phone. While plug size and shape varies, USB cables almost always feature the same receptacle:
Unique or Proprietary Connections
A number of manufacturers have, at one point or another, developed there own unique USB connection ports and cables. In recent years, however, the vast majority have switched to some variety of universal USB connection, with Apple being the one notable exception. Apple's cables and ports feature proprietary 30-pin connections, which, in addition to providing USB connectivity, also feature HDMI and Analog Audio transfer. If you use an Apple device (an iPhone, iPod, or iPad), you'll need a charger designed specifically for Apple products, or an Apple-specific adapter. Certain older phones from Samsung, LG, and others also feature unique connections, and will require brand-specific connectors.
Other Charging Solutions
Relatively new among charging technologies are charging pads (commonly known as Powermats), which employ wireless energy transfer technology to eliminate the need for wires and efficiently charge a number of devices simultaneously. Charging pads also tend to include a mechanism that cuts off the transfer of energy once a battery has reached full capacity, so you won't need to worry about overcharging your devices.
In the next few years, charging pads will likely begin appearing in a number of automobiles, eliminating the need for conventional chargers and potentially increasing the number of devices that may be charged simultaneously. Of course, until then, standard car chargers provide a simple way charging on the go. Car chargers are available in specific and universal models, and those designed for USB charging devices often feature a removable cable, allowing for easy substitution and broad compatibility.
Portable Chargers and Charging Cases
Also relatively new are charging cases--smart cases designed with built-in battery technology to both increase the life of your phone's battery as well as prevent capacity loss from over- and under-charging. Portable chargers, too, offer a simple way of adding to your phone's life when you're travelling or simply too busy to plug it in. Typically small and lightweight, they charge through the same mechanism as your phone, and often store enough energy to more than double your phone's life.
For those who really don't want to rely on a typical electrical connection to keep their phone alive, solar chargers offer another creative charging solution. Solar chargers feature one or more small solar panels, typically attached via a dock, that collect and store energy garnered from sunlight. Solar chargers can, for this reason, provide a sustainable source of energy for those who need to stay connected on trips deep into the wilderness, or for anyone looking to save a little on energy costs.