ASUS official accessory line-up for the Google Nexus 7 leaked

ASUS official accessory line-up for the Google Nexus 7 leaked

Google Nexus 7 is the latest bomb dropped by Google at the Android tablet market, and the explosion actually affected a lot of people, that’s why it ran out of stock at Google Play store. Well, there’s no doubt in it that it’s an amazing tablet, and we also told you that you wouldn’t regret after purchasing it. Now it’s time to get a little fancy with the Google Nexus 7, because ASUS is planning to launch some accessories for it.

ASUS is coming up with three accessories; Nexus Dock, ASUS premium cover and ASUS travel cover. The Nexus Dock will let you put your Nexus 7 at a perfect angle, which will give you a better movie experience, browsing and many other things. Only sad thing is that there’s no HDMI output, however it will cost $49.99 and its release date is 8/24.

However, Nexus 7’s official case is available at play store, but if you are looking forward to ASUS to come out with more colours then there’s ASUS travel cover. It will come in 6 beautiful colours and it really looks good, and it will cost the same, only $19.99.

Is there any Nexus 7 owner out there? Are you planning to get any of the mentioned accessory? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Droid-Life

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11 Comments

  1. landon brixey
    July 31, 22:57 Reply

    Its taking too long for Asus to release these. I needed a case so I ordered one from Portenzo

  2. Dave
    August 01, 20:43 Reply

    I’m on my second Nexus 7. The first died less than a week after I received it. I was going to purchase a gray case for $19.95 but the outrageous shipping cost of $9.99 for a couple of ounces turned me off. I might buy the dock when it’s available. I really like the tablet.

  3. Sean
    August 08, 01:19 Reply

    “and the explosion actually effected a lot of people” – it’s “affected”, not “effected”. As for cases, some of the third party cases look really nice.

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