If you've been taken in by the sub-£200 price tag of the Google Nexus 7 – and plenty of people have – you'll no doubt have been frustrated by the lack of official accessories that have been available thus far.
Chief among them is your standard docking station, but CES 2013 has seen Asus finally reveal its Nexus 7 dock. The only problem is it'll cost you as much as half the price of the tablet itself.
The long-awaited Asus Nexus 7 dock offers nothing special, providing you with an angle seat for the Google tablet itself in landscape orientation, hooking up via the tablet's quartet of pin connectors down the left edge.
Around the back is a microUSB port and an audio out jack, so there are no new connectivity standards you don't already have on board the Nexus 7 itself.
All told, the £79 price tag is the most newsworthy feature of all, especially considering the budget-busting nature of the tablet it's designed for. For a company that's treated us to all kinds of Transformer-y goodness in the past, such a high price for what appears to be such a mediocre, unimaginative add-on, and one we've had to wait a long time for at that, comes as a serious disappointment.
(UPDATE: Not so fast. Turns out the ludicrous £79 price tag was wrong, and the Asus Nexus 7 Dock will in fact cost a far more sensible £24 when it goes on sale on Friday January 11. Now that's more like it! Our apologies for passing on the incorrect info.)