There are a number of reasons why you might want to buy a tablet dock for your Nexus 7. A dock will allow you to store your tablet in an upright position whilst connected to your PC, this means that you can charge, access data and view the screen at the same time.
There doesn’t seem to be a great number of decent Nexus 7 charging docks at the moment so if know of a good one you’d recommend, please let us know in our accessories forum. You’ll find plenty of other owners who will be grateful for any tips.
Nexus 7 Official Audio Dock
ASUS have teased us with the prospect of an official docking station ever since the Nexus 7 was first released, and the good news is that one has been spotted on their website.
This dock will allow you to slot in your tablet and pump out audio to your HiFi, the perfect companion to your desktop.
The belief is that it should be available for order very soon with a December release date, there is a chance we might be able to buy one for Christmas!
We’ll be keeping a close eye on this one, I’m keen to purchase one myself. So remember to grab our RSS Feed or follow me on Twitter. You should be able to buy a Nexus 7 audio dock in 2013 if not sooner.
Nexus 7 Docking Station
In the meantime, there are some 3rd part docks available that still might meet your needs.
Docking stations are a handy way to store your tablet whilst sitting at your desktop, your tablet can be connected, charging and in view whilst sitting in your office, or working on your PC.
Tablet cradles are also a useful way to keep your tablet upright whilst viewing for longer periods.
Here are some products plucked out from Amazon:
*note these docks are selected with the help of Amazon’s automatic search engine, for more personal recommendations feel free to question the forum.