Since Apple ipad develops very fast and wins wide popularity around the world, the industry of iPad Power Adapter gradually springs up. Everyone is talking about the iPad, but how do you charge it? Apple has created accessories for that (of course). You can purchase an iPad Power Adapter to charge your iPad. There are other options to charge your iPad like the iPad Keyboard Dock and iPad Dock.
The iPad power adapter is for those not wanting to use the iPad Dock options and with less to travel with. This should make it easy to recharge the iPad. Below are the simple steps to buy iPad power adapter.
To use the iPad power adapter you will need to buy yourself an iPad. You can pre-order your iPad on March 12th. The WiFi models can be picked up or reserved in the Apple Store for April 3rd. The WiFi/3G model will have to wait until late April though. The iPad power adapter comes with an Apple iPad USB Power Adapter and a six-foot long power cable extension. Check it is all there. Test that your iPad power adapter works with your iPad and enjoy your new iPad!
A good case in point is The iPad 10W USB Power Adapter, Apple iPad Adapter which cosmetically reverts to the 2006 design, but contains enhancements that have never been seen in an Apple product of this size and price before. New circuitry inside enables the 10W Adapter to work with every iPhone and iPod released since 2005, as well as the comparatively power-hungry iPad, dynamically switching between 0.5 Amp, 1 Amp, and 2.1 Amp output levels so that any of these devices can recharge at its maximum possible rate—roughly 3 hours for iPods and iPhones versus 4 or 4.5 hours for the iPad. Electronic testing of the 10W USB Power Adapter revealed no surprises: it worked just as expected to recharge the iPad, as well as earlier compatible Apple products. Other companies such as Griffin and Incase have released similarly IPad Accessories-compatible wall chargers, but no longer have any price advantage over Apple's version; this is a shame given that $29 continues to be steep for something as simple as a spare power adapter.