I have a few MiniUSB devices, living in a very MicroUSB-dominated world. It would be much more convenient for me to leave a MicroUSB charger plugged in all the time, and just throw on an adapter when needed for MiniUSB, than it would to have both chargers taking up power strip/wall outlet space or to be constantly swapping the whole chargers/cables.
However, I'm not very familiar with the differences between the USB standards. Particularly, I'm concerned that MicroUSB devices may be standardized at such lower power levels that a MicroUSB charger might not have enough juice to feed a device designed for MiniUSB even with an adapter.
Assuming a proper adapter can be found, does the MicroUSB standard support enough power flow to power and charge devices designed for the MiniUSB standard? Or is there a substantial enough difference, in terms of things affecting device/battery health and lifetime, that I should just stick with the regular chargers with no adapters?