This docking station does a good job of holding the tablet up so you don't have to prop it against something, and it has two different position settings. The higher setting (shown in the picture) is useful if you want to use the tablet as if it were an alarm clock, a TV, or a computer monitor. The lower setting (with the leg folded in) allows you to use it on a desk or table, with an angle that allows you to see the display and key on the virtual keyboard. While it does not come with its own power cord, you can plug in the original power cord (or buy an extra one), and it will charge while it's on the docking station. You can also attach speakers through the unit. It is pricey, though, since it does not have a power supply, and the tablet has its own 3.5mm jack for headphones or speakers. It's also not very flexible. It's good at holding the tablet in landscape orientation, but if you need portrait orientation (to read a textbook, for example), this dock will not support that.
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