Search engine heavyweight Google has put on sale its latest wireless charger for Nexus-based devices for a reasonable $49.99 (£31), but it has not yet come to the UK.
The charger, shaped as a tiny, black cube measuring 60 x 60 x 12.5mm, was placed for sale in the Google Play store but is just offered in the U.S. and Canada.
The Qi charger is powered with a 9W 1.8A AC Adaptor, a microUSB cable and a warranty. It is created to operate with the latest devices like Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 smartphones and the Nexus 7 tablet.
Consumers will also enjoy the liberty of not having any physical attachment in their devices or tablet, and demand orders are delivered at the earliest within a couple of days.
Google also placed stock of latest Nexus 5 covers and cases to their store, for a price tag of $34.99.
The Telegraph’s Head of Technology Matt Warman, termed Nexus 5 as the best available phone at this price.
He said: “The first look of the Nexus 5 Google shows that it is yet another smartphone that makes its mark: its top-notch software can not only power superior devices sold for a reasonable price, but it can also become a pathfinder with innovative ideas that will benefit masses in the future and presumably in gadgets manufactured by other vendors.