Kindle US Power Adapter

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  2. Ellen Ripley

    228 of 243 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    You Might Need This If You Plan to Buy Any Of the Newest 2011 Kindles Except the Fire!, September 29, 2011
    Ellen Ripley (ILLINOIS, USA) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Kindle US Power Adapter (Not included with Kindle or Kindle Touch) (Accessory)

    The newly announced $79 Kindle, the Kindle Touch Wi-Fi and Kindle Touch 3G come with an included USB 2.0 cable that you can use to charge your device by connecting it to a computer. But the specs also say:


    So you are going to need one of these if you ordered one of these Kindles and want to wall charge it. I guess that’s why they are 50% off. Amazon is trying to take some of the sting out of the deal for when everyone finds out that they need an adapter to plug/charge it in a wall outlet. In the past all Kindles came with the adapter included in the purchase price. Welcome to the new AMAZON! Nice plus, however, is that it will also charge any iPod that charges via USB.

    This is the same adapter that you should already have if you own one of the the latest generation Kindles, so no need to buy a 2nd one. I lost the adapter on my Kindle 3 and had to buy one of these. It works as it should, it charges the Kindle and it’s nice and small.

    It’s a nice, small adapter with an Amazon logo. It does exactly what it is designed to do, charge a Kindle. Do yourself a favor. If you need one buy it from a seller with a “Fulfilled by Amazon” connection so you qualify for the the 30 day hassle free return/replacement policy.

    Note: The Kindle Fire comes with it’s own power adapter, so if you buy the Fire you won’t need this adapter. The Fire’s adapter does not separate into a USB cable and a wall plug Kindle Fire Charger / AC Adapter(check out my review). The specs for the Fire AC adapter are:
    INPUT (AC): 100-240V, 50/60Hz
    OUTPUT (DC): 5V, 1.8A
    but the Fire’s AC charger will also charge the latest model Kindles. I used my Fire charger on 11-17-2011 to charge my Kindle Touch. Worked well.

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