Google Nexus 7 docking station found in ASUS Shop in the U.K.

Google Nexus 7 docking station found in ASUS Shop in the U.K.
You might remember that back in December, we showed you that an audio docking station was beeing prepared for the Google Nexus 7. News about the tablet had come from the ASUS Japan web site and revealed that the dock would include a USB port and a 3.5mm earphone jack for the tablet, which would fit into the docking station in landscape mode. The site had the device priced at the Japanese Yen equivalent of $41 USD.

Well, here it is over one month later and the Google Nexus 7 audio docking station is now listed on the ASUS Shop in the U.K. You can buy the accessory now for £49.98 ($80.35 USD). That price doesn't include the £6.00 shipping charge which brings the cost up to £55.98  ($90 USD). And you might have to tack on some tax as well. Besides the USB port and the earphone jack, the docking station is angled to provide you with the best view of your tablet's screen to watch movies, video, read email and view web sites. The docking station is shipped 2 weeks after your funds are received.

For those in the states who feel that those prices seem steep in U.S. Dollars, a company called B&H Photo was taking pre-orders of the audio docking station back in December for $39.99. B&H is still accepting pre-orders of the dock for the same price and the good news is that it is expected to start shipping this Friday! We do have to let you know that the price does not include shipping.

source: ASUSShopUK via AndroidCentral


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Nexus 7
  • Display 7.0" 1280 x 800 pixels
  • Camera / 1.2 MP front
  • Processor NVIDIA Tegra 3 T30L, Quad-core, 1300 MHz
  • Storage 8 GB
  • Battery 4325 mAh

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