07-26-2010 08:12 PM
Do a Google search for "Micro USB Car Chargers".
You'll find a huge number of them.
Due to the recent smackdown about referrals I'm not referring anyone anywhere anymore.
07-26-2010 09:31 PM
Some of the newer cellphone car chargers have a place to plug in a usb cord to them so you could piggy-back the nook cord to charge it. Also, my Samsung cellphone charger has the same connection to it. I had bought an extra nook charger before I found this out and now I use the nook charger to charge my cellphone at home and in motels,too. I use my samsung charger for both in the car.
Also, you can buy a power convertor fairly cheap, plug it in the car outlet, and then plug in your nook charger. I did this before I got the new phone.
07-26-2010 10:18 PM
I wish I could read in the car. For some reason I always get carsick when I try. Considering my family is 4 hours away it would certanly make the drive seem much faster!
07-26-2010 10:39 PM
I wish I could read in the car. For some reason I always get carsick when I try. Considering my family is 4 hours away it would certainly make the drive seem much faster!
While I can read in the car I find my reading makes the driver cranky -- he doesn't have anyone to talk with. Our answer, audio books; we prefer suspense books as they keep us involved in the story.
07-26-2010 10:59 PM
Search for Micro USB Vehicle Car Charger - Black. The company I bought from had 3 for $9.99 and free shipping. I went with them because they specifically listed The Nook in their compatibility list. Can't beat the price.
07-27-2010 12:57 AM
I would worry about using a car charger. From what I hear (and I've have heard it both ways) car charging shortens battery life by overcharging. I've also heard it doesn't.
I stray on the side of caution and don't use it just in case. The battery on the Nook is short enough as is.
07-27-2010 03:22 AM
the battery in the Nook decides its charging level. I have been chargeing mine in the car via my cell phone charger for 6 months and not an issue. Little light comes on and little light goes off, just like at home.
07-27-2010 03:34 PM
Check out the power solutions from Griffin: http://www.griffintechnology.com/category/power I just bought the PowerBlock Dual Universal for home so I could charge my nook and something else at the same time, using the cable that came with the nook. I also have the predecessor to the Power Jolt Dual Universal, which is the same thing for the car. Having something like that in the car just makes it way easeir to charge anything USB, since you can plug the USB cord that came with the device right into it, rather than shopping around for something for microUSB, etc.
03-31-2013 12:12 PM
You need a 1.9amp & 5 volts for it to work.
That would be for the LCD tablets, The original Nook First Edition and the Nook Simple Touch can be recharged on a cell-phone-standard 1 Amp charger. I use the one from my Blackberry all the time. Even the tablets can recharge off the 1A, though it takes a long time.