TRAVEL CHARGER for Samsung Galaxy Tab 4

TRAVEL CHARGER for Samsung Galaxy Tab 4

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TRAVEL CHARGER for Samsung Galaxy Tab 4

This durable, lightweight accessory is the perfect way to keep your Samsung tablet fully charged, whether you're at home or on the road. It allows you to connect your device directly to a standard wall outlet or to your computer via the detachable USB cable.

  • Package includes 11-pin charger, 5-foot Data USB to Micro USB cable
  • Dimensions: 0.8" x 2.6" x 1.4"
  • Weight: 1.6 oz.
  • Power: 5V, 2A
  • Suitable for Samsung GALAXY Tab 4 nook, GALAXY Note 8.0, GALAXY Tab 3 10.1
  • Imported

Product Details

UPC: 9780594643043
Manufacturer: Samsung
Publication date: 08/12/2014

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TRAVEL CHARGER for Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This charger will work with any android device its universal and won't be outdated for a while since all android use the micro usb which this charger is.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Here is the dope from Samsung. I talked to their technical support because the charger that came with my Samsung Tab4 10.1 nook was rated at 5.3 volts not 5.0 which is standard. The person I talked to claimed that so as not to void the battery or make it less effective one should use the charger that came with the unit. However neither Samsung nor B&N offer such a charger. I wanted to have an extra one for travel. The Samsung site and this site both claim that a 5.0 volt charger is suitable for the 10.1. What really is the story? They referred me to the Samsung parts site so I am going to check with them to see what is possible. That site by the way also only offers 5.0 chargers. In the past I have read that chargers should never have more voltage nor fewer amps than is stated for requirements of the original item. I don't know about the rest. Anybody else want to comment?
MIssy75Howie More than 1 year ago
This travel charger is longer then the actual cord that comes in the box with the 10.1 inch Samsung Nook. The cord that comes in the box is about 33 inches. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought a Nook HD and its charger began to fail before the warrantee expired. It made a buzzing sound and would intermittently fail to charge the Nook. I went to the store to get it replaced and I was told they had no chargers available because so many customers had come in with faulty chargers that they could not keep up with the demand. I was told their customer service, by phone, to "keeping calling back to see if they become in stock" Just after the warrantee expired, the charger went bad completely. It clearly had a short. When I checked with the local store, they said chargers were still not available. They said if they had one they would have handed it over because they knew they had a history of going bad. They suggested a call to customer service. When I called customer service they said they were not available. Several weeks later they said that they were available but because my product was no longer under warrantee, they could not replace it for free, even though there was a record that the charger was faulty. They acknowledged that there has been a long-standing problem with their chargers for not only this version of the Nook, but for the previous one as well. See What a poor decision to lose perviously loyal customers over a $13 charger, rather than stand behind their product. The idea that a charger which was carefully used and never received abuse would cease working in a year's time is ridiculous. It should be designed and engineered to last as long as the device it was supposed to charge. Barnes and Noble should include in its advertising that the accessories can only be depended upon for one year. I'm sure people would not make such a foolish purchase. Of course I expected that as long as I took care of the product it would last at least a couple of years. I was ready to upgrade to the new Nook soon and I mentioned that I couldn't consider doing so if I have to expect the charger to fail in a year. B&N's response was that now Samsung was involved in the development of the Nook, so future Nook's would be more reliable. They clearly expect past customers to just accept the loss of their investment in the older versions of Nook. My Nook is in good shape but is only usable as a paperweight. That's just wrong. They should replace the defective chargers regardless of warrantee since they know they were badly made. Samsung will be negatively affected by their association with a company with such low business integrity. The loss of my time trying to resolve this issue, alone warrants free replacement of the defective part. Amazon would have had the charger in my hands after my first complaint and would have apologized for any inconvenience. Which business is thriving now? I hope this charger earns a better record. ???? Will Barnes and Noble back it up?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are thinking of buying this accessory now, don't wait. In just a few months, Barnes and Noble will go out and offer an upgrade to this version of the nook. Any accessory currently available will be discontinued. They'll still list it on the website, but you won't be able to find it anywhere. Really. You won't finding anywhere. Even on EBAY or AMAZON. Maybe a garage sale, but you'll probably have to buy a while tablet as well. Buy the tablet. Plan ahead. Get a mess of accessories. Just do not expect any courtesy from Barnes and Noble.  I don't think it is even in their vocabulary. Which is kind of ironic since most of what they sell are printed words. 
Qwilter More than 1 year ago
It is longer than the one that was included with my Nook. It charges faster. Hope this us standard with new ones. It would have saved me a lot of aggravation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago