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If you have a case or cover on your phone then it will not fit in a charger cradle....until now! The Kidigi Desktop Lite Cradle has an adjustable design so you can dock the phone while in a case. This product is essential at your desk or workstation. It's like having your phone "charging on the hook" as your regular house phone. Simple design and no weird installation necessary...just dock your phone in the cradle and it will charge. Also use the cradle to sync with computer. ADJUSTABLE DESIGN: The base of the cradle can pivot up, down, left, right. This adjustable design makes this cradle compatible with many different phones. In addition, the adjustable design allows you to fit the phone with a protective case. In general, the cradle will fit your traditional thin phone covers: snap on cases, TPU candy skins, rubber skins. CONVENIENT VIEW: The cradle holds your phone at a comfortable viewing angle so you can keep tabs on your phone while it is charging. The cradle has a sleek and glossy black finish - looks great on your desk. The elegant and compact design is also great for on your bedside dresser - handy for those who use their phone as an alarm clock. COMPATIBILITY: The adjustable design makes this cradle versatile and compatible with many phones. You can use this cradle with Samsung/LG/Nokia smartphones that have a micro usb charger port on the bottom of the phone. (Orientation of the micro-usb connector is flat side toward the back, angled side toward the front) Examples of compatible models include: Samsung Galaxy Note-2, Samsung Galaxy Note-1, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung galaxy S3 mini, Samsung Galaxy-S II i777 i9100 i727 D710 R960, Samsung Galaxy-S II Sprint Epic 4G Touch, Samsung Nexus-S, Samsung Galaxy Nexus i9250, Samsung Galaxy Beam i8530, Samsung Sprint Galaxy-S D700 Epic 4G, LG Nexus 4, LG P990 Optimus 2x, Nokia Lumia 920, 820, 800, 810 etc....and many many more.
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