Originally Posted by redpill2016
Thanks, I see what you mean by not being super-cheap, but then again it's pretty neat tech, and I was probably going to get an S-View case anyway, so I think of the cost as incremental.
The US-version of the mobilefun site doesn't seem to have any of the Note 3 accessories yet, so I"ll probably have to wait awhile.
For wireless charging (assuming none of the providers remove the pins or block the wireless charging pins), any Qi enabled charger should work, so you don't necessarily need to get that one.
Every now and then, the sale websites have the Nokia wireless charging pad for $19.99, and that's a Qi enabled wireless charging pad.
-EDIT- And, for those of you that don't understand what I mean by "blocking the wireless charging pins", I suggest you read through the wireless charging threads in the Note 2 forums. Last year, that was a big question, when it came to the Note 2. When the International (GT-N7100) version was released, it was noted that the Qi wireless charging connectors were not built in, but it could be added, due to the wireless charging pins being exposed. Then, when the US providers (ATT, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular) released their versions, the different carrier versions had different limitations. From what I recall, T-mobile and Sprint both had the pins covered by plastic, so one could literally cut holes in the internal plastic covering, so that the wireless charging pins would be exposed. Verizon, part of me remembers them removing the pins (but I'm not 100% sure about that). I can't remember if US Cellular was the same situation as Verizon or T-Mobile/Sprint.
Also, keep in mind that wireless charging is a much slower charging process than actually plugging the phone in to charge.