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    Re: New Samsung Made Google Nexus 10 Android Tablet Detailed Specs & Pricing

    Nice.
    I think I've seen it on eBay and/or Amazon for that price...
    I'd like to find a charging cable with the same right angle connection.....
    ~Dan


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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    Try this one, it's my latest favorite adapter. Adapter Convertor, USB 2.0 Micro Male to USB Female Host OTG Right Angle Adapter for SamSung i9100 i9300 | Meritline.com

    Previously I used these, very inexpensive. Micro USB On-The-Go Host OTG Adapter (Pair) - Free Shipping - DealExtreme

    They do take a few weeks to arrive from Asia, but the only ones I see available domestically are corded.
    FWIW, solid (no cord) adapters like those can all-too-easily put enough stress on the micro0USB port to break it.

    Quote Originally Posted by danvee View Post
    Nice.
    I think I've seen it on eBay and/or Amazon for that price...
    I'd like to find a charging cable with the same right angle connection.....
    You can find those on ebay; seller ("just_for_survive") has a lot of specialty cables here

    One disadvantage of the USB connector (vs. a coaxial power connector) is there are four different angles (up, down, left & right) depending on which way you need the angle.
    Last edited by GoneNomad; 03-07-2013 at 05:48 PM.

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    There might be stress with a heavier dongle, or connecting to a phone that will get moved around, but tiny flash drives like Sandisk Cruzer Fit or Staples' Relay drives should pose no problem for a tablet. I have mine sticking out all the time.

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    Yeah, I meant if the device was being moved around. If the device is kept stationary, you can hang a pretty big dongle off of a micro-USB port. But it would only take one little slip-up to break it.

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    Google Nexus 10 tablet made by Samsung and Google and it has great specifications and features and comes with reasonable price just $399 only.


 
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