I'm about to make my first RPi purchase (a B+) to be specific. I do not want to spend any more than I need to, and hence have looked around to see what power supplies I have that may already work with it. I understand that the RPi needs a power supply of 5V with a current of at least 1A.
As I said in the title, I have an ASUS MeMo Pad HD7, and I've taken a look at the power supply. It has a USB -> Micro USB cable (no information written on it, but I take it that any such cable could be used?). It also has a USB -> 3 pin plug (I live in the UK). The specs on the side are:
ASUS Switching Power Supply MODEL: PSM06K-050Q INPUT: 100-240V ~ 50-60Hz 0.25A OUTPUT: 5.2V = 1.35A
I take it the input is what is being drawn from the mains (does the RPi require anything specific here?) and the output is what is then converted and 'given' to the RPi, in which case there is an output of 5.2V. Would this break the RPi, or is 5.2V still safe to use?