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Received my iWeb APad two day ago and I must say: pretty nice Android-device regarding the low price.There's only one problem. My APad came with a standard EU-charger and the specs read: output: 5v 2000mA.Charging is very very slow and the battery lasts for about 2 or 3 hours.Now I did some www search and all APad info state that the charger-output is 9v 2000mA.Question: what output voltage should the charger have: 5v or 9v :'(Are there different APad versions for EU and VS ??? Or is the iWeb not the same as the iRobot.btw it's the rockchip-version with frontcamera
 

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I would like to know, too. Mine is 5v and the Apad seems to discharge faster than it charges, even when plugged in (i have to turn it off to charge it). Doesn't seem right.
 

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[quote author=postbus31 link=topic=275.msg2363#msg2363 date=1274905113][quote author=bczeon27 link=topic=275.msg2360#msg2360 date=1274904783]The last time I checked, the Irobot Apad uses the same charger as PSP.[/quote]Ok, but is the PSP-charger 5v 2000mA or 9v 2000mA output power :confused:[/quote]The PSP is a 5v 2000mA charger.
 

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[quote author=bczeon27 link=topic=275.msg2377#msg2377 date=1274906811][quote author=postbus31 link=topic=275.msg2363#msg2363 date=1274905113][quote author=bczeon27 link=topic=275.msg2360#msg2360 date=1274904783]The last time I checked, the Irobot Apad uses the same charger as PSP.[/quote]Ok, but is the PSP-charger 5v 2000mA or 9v 2000mA output power :confused:[/quote]The PSP is a 5v 2000mA charger.[/quote]Weird, very weird. When I look at different APad-ads on Ebay they all state a 9v 2000mA charger.
 

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[quote name='postbus31;2361]Weird' date=' very weird. When I look at different APad-ads on Ebay they all state a 9v 2000mA charger.[/QUOTE'] it definitely apad with rockchip - output voltage - 5v , 2000mA .., but epad (via 8505 cpu) use 9v 2000mA or 1500mA,i think some ebay seller just copy rockchip description without knowing the correct voltage on each product..so be careful that using wrong voltage could fry your apad..
 

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Yeah mines apad, 5v 1500ma charger, there is a post about the new apads that are using 9 volt, i think it has to do with the red led, blue led now red led versions, its confussing to say the least
 
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