Samsung’s Nexus 7 tablet charger, for example, offers two chargers with USB-C power and a single USB-A charging port.

But when you need more power for your smartphone, the Nexus 8 tablet charger will help.

The tablet’s two USB-S charging ports provide up to 10 hours of battery life, while the USB-3 charging port lets you connect up to eight devices simultaneously.

The charger is powered by a 1,800mAh battery, and it charges the device via USB-G, so it can take a full charge before charging again.

We’ve tested several chargers on the market and the Nexus 7 charger is a solid performer, with an average charge time of just under four hours, according to Samsung.

If you’re looking for a high-end tablet charger that is more capable than the Nexus 9, the Sony Vaio Power Pack offers a USB-X charging port and a higher output of 60W than the Samsung Nexus 7.

However, the Vaio does not have the same battery capacity as the Samsung tablet, which makes it a better choice if you’re on a budget.

If your budget is in the $400-$500 range, the Samsung Vaio is the one to pick.