The amount of energy consumed to recharge an iPod varies greatly depending on the charging method. If you use a wall charger you use about 4.8Wh. However, if you charge your iPod through a USB attached to your laptop you use nearly 3 times the amount of power to fully charge the battery. This amounts to 14.2 Wh total. It is difficult to get an exact number for a USB charger because the amount of energy used and emitted from a laptop will vary. If the computer goes to sleep, for example, it give out less energy. This can also ruin your iPod as the changing rate of energy consumption can be harmful to its battery.
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