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Official LG Qi-Charger (WCD-100)

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29th July 2014, 01:10 PM   |  #31  
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What are the differences between WCD-100 to WCD-800?
It's look like thy only difference is the design.
29th July 2014, 01:17 PM   |  #32  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bluebobx

Thanks for the info on the official case - I was toying with that, but at nearly twice the price of the Spigen I went for the cheap option. Sounds like I chose wisely. (For once!).

It's so flimsy -
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-I...729_120319.jpg

And the case is clearly so thin it can barely protect against more than scratches..
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/rF...B=w702-h936-no

(I didn't embed as I can't see an option to shrink them in BB)
((I went for purple as it was on sale... for a reason))
5th August 2014, 06:03 AM   |  #33  
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I'm looking at getting a USB power strip to make it easier to work with my cables and for travel. It has 2.1A outputs. What does everyone think about using a 2.1A input on the WCD-100 vs. the 1.8A LG charger input.
6th August 2014, 12:15 AM   |  #34  
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http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/151371159573?nav=SEARCH 27.50 on eBay del uk happy days
6th August 2014, 06:50 PM   |  #35  
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I'm looking at getting a USB power strip to make it easier to work with my cables and for travel. It has 2.1A outputs. What does everyone think about using a 2.1A input on the WCD-100 vs. the 1.8A LG charger input.

There's actually no such thing as "too high" current on the adapter (look it up - especially if you're into crazy detailed stuff like me). The receiving device determines current "pull" (didn't study the electrical engineering part of my Ship's Engineer degree in English, so don't know the English terms. When the transformer is capable of delivering more current, it doesn't mean that it will, ie. push/force it. It's just the maximum "pull". A higher amp transformer will just handle it with less heat if going close to max. current. Try charging a device that came with a 500mA or 1A charger with a 2A charger and you'll see no difference, except maybe going from 99 to 100% slightly faster.
3rd September 2014, 02:54 AM   |  #36  
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Please run "Battery Monitor Widget" from the play store and share how many milliamps the LG G3 receives.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ccc71.bmw

Might also use it to discover charging time.

It's a way to compare all these Qi pads so we know if they deliver different power. My N5 on TYLT provideds about 500 mA

Using the stock G3 1.8amp USB power adapter ought to give it the most power.

thanks!
20th November 2014, 08:34 AM   |  #37  
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Has anyone tried to use this charger with a Nexus 4? It seems like a great option, but I'd like to know if the coils line up and there are no random disconnects, etc.

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