One of the unique features about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the presence of Pogo Pins receivers on the side of the device, which are designed to make docking the phone in landscape a hassle-free experience. But beyond the leaked images and videos of accessories before the phone’s launch, we have yet to see any official accessories on sale for the Galaxy Nexus – until now. Today on the official Samsung website, we have the addition of the Galaxy Nexus i51 Pogo Desktop Dock.
It’s basically a simple dock that lets you charge your Galaxy Nexus by just sliding it into the dock and making sure the pins are connected. While your phone is charging, you can still use it for other activities like watching videos, listening to music, and running apps. The Nexus i515 Pogo Desktop Dock also features a built-in 3.5mm stereo audio port for folks who want to connect external speakers or a pair of headphones to it.
The dock is listed on Samsung’s website with a price tag of $89.99, hit the source link below to find out more.
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