January 30, 2015

Nexus One Dock Now Available for $45

Those of you with the Nexus One are advised to swing by the Google store and take a look at the new Desktop Dock.  For $45, users get the dock as well as a 3.5mm-to-RCA audio cable so you can listen to your handset’s music directly through your stereo.

Once you place your Nexus One in the dock, it immediately opens the clock application. From there, you’ll be able to do things such as set alarms, play music, check weather, and watch slideshows of your photos.

The first time you insert your Nexus One into the dock, it pairs with it via Bluetooth.  At that point, you’ll be prompted as to whether you want to play music via the 3.5mm stereo audio jack.  It’s also pointed out in the user manual that you should never connect your dock to a computer as it does not transmit data.



12 Comments

    • Justin
      Reply

      I was wondering the same thing. The manual indicates it does. " Plug the supplied charger into…."

    • mikeB
      Reply

      i can clear that up.. it absolutely comes with its own power supply and an extremely good quality audio cable. as for the will it charge other phones… not even close you've never seen a dock so thin its insane but a perfect match for the nexus it looks like a show piece sitting on my desk now. the box it comes in is exactly what you should be expecting as well, replica nexus box. congrats google another glorious product for your high end android users!!!

    • David
      Reply

      Nope only the nexus one has the gold contacts in the correct spots to work with the docking station

  1. Ace
    Reply

    Yes it comes with charger and 3.5mm audio jack to sterio pin__its amazing and i think its worth it__it converts your phone in to nightstand, music player and digital photo frame

  2. Joe
    Reply

    What happens if I want to talk on the phone while it is docked? Can I use the speaker phone? Will the dock amplify the microphone, too? Can I walk around the room, leaving the phone docked, and converse with my caller as with a speaker-phone system?

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