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Plug in an Energizer USB Charger and turn your wall outlet into a charging station. Powerful enough for iPad, this charger is made for iPad, iPhone and iPod and includes an Apple Certified Dock Connector USB cable. Now you can charge multiple types of devices with one charger with the included cable or your own.
 

Can the 10 Watt USB Wall Charger work for my other non-Apple products that has requirements of less than 10w?

What is the difference of having 5w vs 10w, and will it degrade/damage the batteries on other usb devices that use 5w or some other variation? You should create a section/chart on charger usage, compatibility, benefits, harm, etc.
The chargers don't push the juice into the device, it draws. 5w or 10w output is a rating based of how many volts and amps. So, a 5 volt 2 amp charger will give you 10 watts (10w). So volts x amps = Watts. Watts indicate power usage. Any 1 amp to 2 amp charger is a good strong charger for usb. Many are labeled by output volt and amp. Look for the output amps, get a 1 - 2 amp, 5 volt output rating. FYI some are labeled in milliamps (1/1000th of an amp) so look for 1000 to 2000 milliamps.
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