Lumia accessories announced including Screen Sharing For Lumia Phones

Aside from the announcement of the Lumia 730, 735 and 830 Microsoft also revealed some new accessories to compliment its smartphone range, and we have all the details right here.

First up is the Microsoft Screen Sharing For Lumia Phones – HD-10 accessory. 

It supports full HD (1080p) streaming via the wireless display adapter. While Microsoft Screen Sharing is connected to your screen via the HDMI cable and powered by Micro USB, it actually connects wirelessly to your Lumia. Simply tap your NFC-enabled Lumia against it and it’s instantly connected.

Compatible with Lumia smartphones with screen projection and Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast products on any operating system, the HD-10 is priced at $79/79 and is available in white or black starting later this month.

Nokia Wireless Charging Plate – DT-903

A second-generation Nokia Wireless Charger was also announced, and it knows when your Lumia is running out of juice

Qi compatible and BT LE supported, the DT-903 sits patiently until it’s needed, then gives off a subtle glow when it senses it’s time for a top-up. A blinking light is also emitted when you’ve received a missed call, SMS or email on your Lumia.

Available next month, the Nokia Smart Wireless Charger comes in white, bright orange and bright green, priced at $59/59.

Wireless Charging Shell for Lumia 735 – CC-3086

The Lumia 735 does not come with onboard wireless charging capability, but that can be added with the charging shell that comes in the following color options: dark grey, bright green and bright orange and priced at €14.90.

Wireless Charging Flip Shell for Lumia 830 – CP-627

For the Nokia 830, there's the wireless charging flip shell that comes in dark grey, bright orange, or bright green priced at €24.90, available beginning next month.

 

Nokia Wireless Charging Plate – DT-601

And finally, there's a new and small wireless charging plate for supported Lumias. The USB-powered charger is available in orange for $39/€29 starting this month.

For more details on the above accessories, head to the Nokia Conversations link below.

Source: Nokia Conversations | Images via Microsoft

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Ideas Man said,
I do like the Miracast receiver, I might pick up one of those.

I was thinking the same thing! Very cool and long over due imo =).

Why NFC and not Bluetooth?

Flip case looks cool but not for me since i don't use them. Only on my tablet. Like how it is minimal and doesn't have thick edges. So looks like it wont make the phone any bigger. If that makes sense.

Edited by techbeck, Sep 4 2014, 12:16pm :

Why NFC for what ? NFC on the TV dongle is only used for syncing, BT would be useless for this, NFC isn't used to transfer the video signal just to establish and disconnect the connection for the miracast.

I read a different article (and source) that explains the charger/dock much better than the OP did. Looked like you had to keep the device next to the base. If I understand it right, there is a removable NFC disc that is just used for the pairing of the device and can be passed around and used on multiple devices

Edited by techbeck, Sep 4 2014, 12:29pm :

That isn't how Microsoft showcased it during the webcast, it was already paired and he was walking around stage with it? So maybe "the OP" said all there needed to be said ;)

It is miracast, that's what it uses to send the video, NFC is just used to pair it up and start the transmission. wether it needs to be on the disk or not to keep sending would be a programming/setting(if they have a setting for it) issue. the only reason it would stop sending to it is if the NFC is set up to stop the streaming app when it's ut of range.

as for passing the disc around, pairing up a new device would automatically disconnect the old one, so just because they pass it around doesn't mean the device has to be "on" the NFC and disk to transmit.