NOOK Tablet 10.1 Charging Dock

NOOK Tablet 10.1 Charging Dock

$34.95
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Overview

  • Made exclusively for NOOK Tablet® 10.1”
  • No pairing required
  • Keep your NOOK powered and ready for use
  • Listen to audio books, stream movies, or place a hands-free video call while your NOOK is docked
  • LED charging indicator
  • Thin, minimal design
  • Holds your NOOK upright for landscape viewing
  • Compatible with the charger and Micro USB cable included with your NOOK
  • Wall charger and Micro USB cable are not included
  • Shop all NOOK Tablet 10.1” accessories

Product Details

UPC: 9780594890058
Manufacturer: Barnes & Noble
Publication date: 10/25/2018

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NOOK Tablet 10.1 Charging Dock 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
KWavada More than 1 year ago
It's a wonderful idea; however, practical application leaves a lot to be desired. I love the idea of placing my Nook into the charging dock instead of having to plug it into a charger. But, you cannot charge the Nook unless you first take it OUT of the case. I initially charged my Nook with the Charging Dock; but it's too difficult to get the cover on/off the Nook to make this practical. I keep my Nook in it's cover and just use the regular charger. Great idea Barnes and Noble, but epic fail. Don't buy the Charging Dock unless you plan to never use a cover.
compulsivereaderTX More than 1 year ago
Best charging dock ever! The Nook 10.1 does not sit ON the dock, but horizontally INTO the well designed and sturdily built base of the dock, creating a very stable environment for the device as it charges and even while in use. The device's charging cord plugs into the dock, rather into the device itself so I just lift the device out of the dock and go. Interesting connection on the side of the device that connects securely into the dock as well as the cover/keyboard accessory available separately). Easy to transport the dock if you need to as it works great as a very stable stand while it's charging so I could see a variety of instances that it would be handy to have along when traveling rather than just taking the cord on a trip. I wish I could find a similar type of dock for my other devices.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just append all compulsivereader's pluses to this. The minuses he/she overlooked: IMO, the dock is not fully portable because the foot that makes it stand up doesn't fold, making the device bulky (see the Smart Folio Cover for how that's done). It won't be traveling with me. The dock only works with the tablet in landscape orientation. I realize that making it chargeable both ways may be not worthwhile, but they could have made it stand up while I read in Article View. I'll have to buy a third party stand. I have an excellent one for my phone; I'll just get another. That reminds me that unlike that third party stand, the dock's tilt isn't adjustable and it's a little too upright to be ideal on my dining table. Nevertheless, I don't regret buying this dock; it's better than the alternative of plugging the USB cable into the tablet to charge it.
pattigue More than 1 year ago
I bought the Nook 10.1 yesterday, November 20. In a word........ FABULOUS !!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the new 10,1 it is light weight and easy to operate. I have all three pieces. I love the keyboard My only complaint is that it is constantly going to Nook Not responding. It takes forever for it to clear up. If I am reading and it stops, it drives me mad. If someone at Barnes and Noble can give me a good answer as to why it does this, I would appreciate an answer. I respect that this is not what you want to hear in a review, but don't know who to ask. Dorothy Connolly.