The Google Nexus 7 went on sale what seems like ages ago now (actually it was just back in the summer, but a lot has happened since then) and the official dock is still yet to be released. That's pretty puzzling, considering we brought you news of it leaking way back in August.
First up, we get a look at the back of the box, showing it is indeed the real deal, made by Asus. (There's some suitably dramatic music to go with this as well.) Then it's on to the manual, and just over a minute into the video, there's the dock. Hurrah!
There's Nexus branding in the corner, and a micro-USB port and headphone jack on the back, along with the Asus logo. It generally looks pretty much as we expected from a previous leak.
It also uses the Nexus 7's pogo-pin support, meaning there's no need to connect any cables or even really dock the tablet properly. Just drop it in place and you're good to go. A bit like the Nokia Lumia 920's wireless charging.
It's only been spotted on the Japanese Asus site so far, for the equivalent of about $42 (£26). Previously, we heard it would cost around $50. There's no word on a UK release, but I can't see why Asus wouldn't bring it out over here.