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Default Adding QI charging

I'm missing my dock from my Nexus 7. Has anyone seen a teardown showing the room/battery access on the Shield tablet? I'm thinking of getting one of those kits and adding wireless charging if there is room.

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Whats the rate of charge on those kits? Would it be able to match the wired rate so the battery level slowly rises as you do very taxing things, like play Half-life 2?


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Whats the rate of charge on those kits? Would it be able to match the wired rate so the battery level slowly rises as you do very taxing things, like play Half-life 2?


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No, It wouldn't match using a wire. At best you'll probably get half of the current as you could with the wired charger.
 
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I think most kits are around 1amp, so less than the Shield charger, but great for charging overnight. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JQ4YWLY/..._0tp-tb1YZJSE4

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I think most kits are around 1amp, so less than the Shield charger, but great for charging overnight. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JQ4YWLY/..._0tp-tb1YZJSE4

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It showed 650mA in the image which is what most of them I've seen were.
I'm sure it depends on your charger too.
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