Microsoft’s DT-903 is the Best Looking Charger Ever

By now we have wireless chargers from a number of manufacturers and third-party makers, but none of them have quite the personality as Microsoft’s new Nokia-branded DT-903 charging plate. While not exactly cheap at $60, the DT-903 comes with neon lighting underneath in three colors: White, Green and Orange.

No wireless charging plate has quite the same personality as this one. When connected to a phone via Bluetooth 4.0 LE, colours ‘breath’ from the backside. Brightness can be configured in three intensity levels (or turn off completely) through an app. One can only imagine how cool that would look in person.

It’s not all showy either. The light can also be configured to display certain patterns to indicate a notification. So if you have a missed call, an unread message or low battery, the light will show a pattern to alert you.


The charger uses the Qi charging standard and is powered by a USB port, so theoretically, most phones which support this technology will work. However, features such as the useful notification light will only work for Windows Phones, so if you have an Android phone, the physical appeal is almost certainly the only reason to buy it.

Being quite portable and weighing at 150g, the charger has a 150 cm cable. The DT-903 is currently available on the Microsoft Store for $59.99. Wider availability should follow suit soon. Wireless charging is not quite on the same level as conventional charging in terms of speed or price, but for it’s convenience and wow-factor, this charger is second to none.

  • Muhammad Aamir

    Is there any faida of this wireless charger?. The procedure is the same to charge – keeping a mobile on the table and waiting for the complete charge. If you do with a cable charger it does the same. It will be better if the phone is charged while we’re using on the bed etc. Isn’t it?

    • Geek At Large

      Wireless charging may not be a deal breaker but it’s super convenient to just toss your phone on the pad or pillow without having to fish for cables and trying to insert mini USB in the port. Use it for a month and conventional charging will feel like a real hassle to you.

      • NaMaloomShokha


    • Your correct to some extent but every new tech mostly has such a start and then they really do something revolutionary so keep your hopes up.

    • BadarUI

      Lolx electricity cannot convert into signals.

      • Bilal Iqbal

        But energy can be..and this is the idea behind all new research. Electromegnatic waves…:)

        • BadarUI

          Thanks for the information. Wel you have a great knowledge. May I know about you?

          • Bilal Iqbal

            Welcome dear. I just like to know about technology and visit tech. Sites like Cnet or TechCrunch etc…

            • Khuwaja Umar

              Is it somewhere available in Pakistan

      • Yeah – EM Waves can be use , even few people are trying to use it , but High EM Waves could cause harmful effects

        Correct me – if i am Wrong -Thanks

  • Khuwaja Umar

    is it availabale in pakistan yet. if yes where