Yep, the Nexus 7 is now the perfect tablet. Nexus 7 owners will be thrilled to hear that a new accessory for the tablet will be releasing in the very near future. A Nexus 7 dock (90-XB3XOKDSS00020-JAN) recently surfaced on a couple of different international websites. Among those websites was ASUS Japan, showing that the dock is scheduled to arrive early December. The dock touts a USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack on the rear side of the dock, which means that the dock will also probably be using the Nexus 7′s pogo pins for charging the device and outputting audio. Extra accessories for the Nexus 7 seems to be one of the most requested additions for the device, and thankfully it’s almost here!
ASUS Japan is selling the Nexus 7 dock for 3,480 Japanese Yen. That turns out to be equal to $41 USD. Talk Android notes that a Norwegian site is showing the device for 240 NOK ($42 USD) and a Portgual website showing it for a low €23.90 ($31). There’s been no word as to when or if we’ll be seeing the dock in the United States, but if it did, you could probably expect (based off of international pricing) to shell out $40 for the dock. Hopefully it will be coming to the U.S. though, there would be a lot of consumers anxiously awaiting to get it in the Play Store.
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source: Talk Android
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