ReaderDock plans to introduce two new tablet docking stations this month, one for the Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet or NOOK Color and another for the Amazon Kindle Fire.
The docking stations include built-in speakers so you can listen to music or watch movies at a higher volume than the built-in tablet speakers normally allow. The docks are also designed to let you position the tablets in landscape or portrait mode for reading books, recipes, or website, or watching video.
ReaderDock hasn’t provided any pricing information for the new docks yet.
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