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    RAVPower EXtreme 23000

    After a few emails to the company - I was no clearer as to whether it would charge up my Asus 300, so I bought one anyway.

    it has an 2 USB outputs of 1 and 2.5 amps - and then a DC output of 9,12,16 and 20 volts.

    However there was no suitable connector , I found on a different thread on this forum (but I can't find it now), that if I was to buy a female USB to female 5.5/2.1mm DC cable - I could solve this little hitch.

    It worked - I used the little adapter between the DC output and my USB cable and connector for the pad and set on 16 volts - it charged it up from flat and took 50% of the charge from the bank - they say it will do 2 tablets and up to 10 phones from one charge.

    I thought I would post this up for info for anyone else. I believe that other power banks that say they can't charge Asus pads, it is just because of the connector issue again

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    The problem is the voltage output, not just the connectors. Most power bricks output 5V only, and it takes a Transformer literally days to charge from 5V. I suggest you be a bit more conservative and use the 12V output, 16 is more than the TF is rated for.
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