1. zatoichi101's Avatar
    Help!!

    I need your help! I have a Toshiba Excite 10 with the Tegra 3 Quad Core in it.

    I travel very, very long distance and am in between wall AC outlets for long periods of time. I need to be able to recharge the Excite on the fly.

    Since it has a USB cable that plugs into a wall adapter -- similar to the iPad -- I was hoping a 5V / 2.1 amp external battery would do the trick.

    I have tried the iSound Power Max 16000 mAh -- but after nearly 6 hours (with unit powered off) it is at only 60%. Not good at all -- and unacceptable.

    I also tried the Trent iCarrier 12000 mAh -- and even worse results. It was connected all night and didn't charge it at all.

    Please help!! The Toshiba SHOULD be able to charge rather quickly with th 5V 2 amp external batteries. Why isn't it??

    Please help if you can.



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    08-11-2012 02:49 PM
  2. tattoomikeinnc's Avatar
    If you are in a car why not use a USB cigarette lighter adapter?

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    08-17-2012 12:53 AM
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