Yup, pretty much any of those. You want NiMH (nickel metal hydride) batteries with as high a mAh (milliampere hour - a measure of the total energy the battery stores) rating as you can find. 2700mAh is state of the art for AA’s I believe. The features you may be interested in to choose between chargers - some accept various input voltages so can be easily used in Europe etc. Some might also accept 12vdc in so they can be plugged into the lighter socket in your vehicle. Charging time is fairly variable, with some being designed to fully charge a set of batteries in well under an hour, some being just trickle chargers that need to run overnight, and anything in between. Other things being equal, charging slower is better for the batteries’ lifespan, but for the cost of an extra set of batteries now and then most people prefer the convenience of faster chargers.
The one thing to remember is that NiMH batteries discharge themselves over the course of about a month even if you don’t use the device they’re in.