My review of the NorthPada Raspberry Pi 3 Corded USB Adapter (5V 3A)

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My review of the NorthPada Raspberry Pi 3 Corded USB Adapter (5V 3A)

It charges my Acer Iconia One 8, etc. a lot faster than the previous charger I was using (which was an ARCHEER 17W 3.4A Dual USB Port Wall Charger Adapter for Smartphones and Tablets, Black, 1 Pack). So, I highly recommend using it to charge Android Tablets, etc. You can find more info about it and buy it by going to https://goo.gl/3jVap4. It would be nice if someone could post a through review and test of it. Thanks in advance to anyone who does.

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So, has anyone purchased one yet? If so, please tell us what you think of it, etc.

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I am still interested in seeing a through review of it.

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Its been over a year with no replies.

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You do know you linked a completely different product, huh?

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
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They replaced its listing with the product that is now being shown on that page. I need to contact them regarding it.

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This is a forum dedicated to flashlights so it is not surprising you are not getting any reviews.
It has been a year and Amazon has almost 200 reviews you can read for this sub $10 power cord.
For use in an actual Pi consider the overpriced “OEM” cord. https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-universal-power-supply/

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spam

Zero3K
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Don’t you all discuss AC adapters for USB devices in this forum section? If so, then this isn’t spam.