The fastest way to charge your iPad

The fastest way to charge your iPad

It’s official, we have the fastest iPad charger according to Matt Buchanan at Gizmodo.

We took the four most common ways to charge an iPad: The iPad’s standard 10W chargerGriffin’s PowerBlock iPad charger, the iPhone’s standard power adapter, and via a MacBook Pro’s USB port. We timed how long it took to bring the battery up to 80%, which is the standard baseline for a “quick” charge. That last 20% goes very slowly to preserve battery life, so doing total time wouldn’t give a fair indication of the charging method.

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If you’re interested in learning more about charging your iPad, I recommend you give this post a read.

8 responses to “The fastest way to charge your iPad”

  1. Abcmsaj says:

    Lightning quick. When I get my iPad, I'd use my Macbook to recharge it – But 8 hours is ridiculous compared to 2.5 hours.. Almost a quarter of the time it would normally take! impressive.

  2. development says:

    Thanks for this diagram, now I see that your PowerBlock charges an iPad really faster. Frankly speaking I didn`t know about it so far…

  3. Dave Delaney says:

    You can thank Gizmodo for the diagram, but that you for the comment.

  4. […] on the plus side for Griffin their charger may charge your device faster. A blog post in 2010 suggests their previous iPad chargers re-charged and iPad faster than other USB connection […]

  5. Rabs says:

    Do you do a power lock that can be used in the uk, I’m struggling to find one.

  6. […] The fastest way to charge your iPad | The Griffin … – … which is the standard baseline for a “quick” charge. … If you’re interested in learning more about charging your iPad, I recommend you give this post a read…. […]

  7. The Animator says:

    I’m having trouble to find one…

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