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For the Kindle you simply need a worldwise compatible USB charge adapter plug, which can be commonly purchased even in Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Thailand. I can also pull up a link for you to purchase that as well.
As far as the ASUS- completely depends on the model number of the unit and the construction of it's AC adapter. If you want me to look that up- reply back with the full model number of the ASUS and we can proceed.
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Okay thanks. And I'm not sending that phone call offer- the website does that automatically- you can ignore it. Give me a minute to look up- your laptop.
Oh it's a desktop- that changes things.
What were you thinking of using that adapter for- your Asus? No, that won't work and those are not correct converters. They simply change the plugs- you cannot just plug a 110 volt device into them!
Those are ONLY for devices that have power supplies that are designed to work with 240 VAC- they do not convert electricity. Again, please standby while I look up your Asus so i can tell with accurately what needs to be done.
Okay the 505X number shows a desktop but the other number you posted shows a laptop. Right on the power supply adapter for the laptop- it should say 110-240 VAC input. Do you have that in front of you (all sites are showing this model is discontinued so I cannot look it up)?
Right on the power supply adapter for the laptop- it should say 110-240 VAC input. Do you have that in front of you (all sites are showing this model is discontinued so I cannot look it up)?
No problem. In small numbers/letters the AC adapter for the laptop should say "Input" and then specify the voltage (110-240 etc.). Nearly all of them DO use worldwide voltage (allowing the adapters you purchased to work), but if you want a definitive answer, you would check the sticker on the AC adapter. It WILL say what the input voltage required is.
Yes that is correct on both counts- and you will not need a step down converter.
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Yes, that would work fine for charging the Kindle as the USB cord is a universal 5 volts which is what the Kindle needs. I have no idea how the one you just posted looks because I cannot see it or see specs- just the description. Post a link.
Yes that will work fine....
The same adapter above. ANYTHING that uses a USB charge cord will work in that adapter.
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Usually, a HUB (the 4 input connector) will not work properly because it needs enough power to charge each device. I would recommend that you try using it with one Kindle at first and see how many that you can charge at once before it fails.