Though it doesn't appear to be available for sale just yet, Microsoft has detailed a new wireless Qi charging pad on its website. The new Microsoft Wireless Charger carries the DT-904 designation, and it represents a very slight update to Nokia's DT-903 charging pad.
In comparing to the DT-903, the DT-904 looks to change very little. So little, in fact, that the only notable change it the switch to Microsoft branding on the top of the pad. Other than that, the wireless charging pad carries the same shape and size, along with the neat LED notification light around the bottom to alert you to new messages, missed calls, and when your battery is low if connected to your Lumia via Bluetooth.
Though it only represents a minor branding change, it's to be expected now that Microsoft is gearing up for the launch of the Lumia 950 and 950 XL. The new DT-904 charger doesn't appear to be on sale yet, but the previous DT-903 model still sells for $60, and we wouldn't expect the DT-904 to venture too far from that mark.
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