Drop and charge

Powering up your Nexus 4, or other Qi-wireless-power-compatible device, is just a matter of dropping it on the charging pad. Read full review
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Grips well but attracts dirt

The Nexus 4 Wireless Charger is compact and grips phones tightly but is a magnet for lint and dust. Read full review
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Compact and easy to place

Small and orb-shaped, the Nexus 4 Wireless Charger is a cinch to place on desktops or by the bedside. Read full review
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The Nexus 4 clock

Turn your Nexus 4 phone into a handy alarm clock by combining it with the Nexus 4 Wireless Charger plus a third-party app. Read full review
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Angled just right

At an approximately 45-degree angle, the charging pad creates an excellent phone stand for the Nexus 4. Read full review
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