- Size (LWH): 7 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches
- Weight: 8.48 ounces
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Samsung Verizon DROID CHARGE SCH-i510 Desktop Dock [ECR-D994BEGSTA]
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- Easy touch volume controls
- No spare battery included
- Automatically puts handset in Landscape Mode when docked
- Use your DROID CHARGE as a media player, run apps, or use as a desktop speakerphone when docked
- Includes multimedia desktop dock, Micro USB A/C power supply & user guide.
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You can turn your DROID CHARGE into a desktop multimedia powerhouse with this innovative Samsung multimedia desktop solution. The handset automatically switches to landscape dock mode when placed in the dock. Once docked you can truly unleash the capabilities of Android and the CHARGE. Watch videos, run Android apps, or turn your handset into a desktop stereo sound system.
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As far as features it hides an extra battery charging enclosure behind the phone (No extra battery included). It has a speaker out in the rear. It also has two volume control buttons in the front. That is all the dock does. It should include more for the price but I am happy with what it does do.
The phone will not fit in the dock with a case on.
Edit: Upon getting an extra battery I learned there is a charging indicator light for the spare battery on the front of the dock next to the volume control.
One thing I'm not sure is whether the dock can charge extended battery (2600mah) as well.
However, there are some things to note about this "Multimedia Desktop Dock". I would actually call it more of a "Charging Station", because that pretty much sums it up. The dock has a speaker output in back and once docked the Charge will automatically start the Desk Cradle App. But some basic clock/radio type functions I expected are not there: such as being able to listen to internet radio/pandora/whatever through the Charge while docked. You can listen to stored MP3s easy enough, but it looks like it stops there. Fixing that may be as simple as finding a better app... I haven't figured that out yet.
The biggest issue is the dock design. The phone will only seat on the dock if it is naked, ie you can't have a cover on the phone. I have a thin cover, but there simply isn't enough room for the cover and the dock does not adjust. I went so far as to disassemble my dock and remove the plastic seat piece, but the phone still does not seat far enough down to kick on the Cradle App. I'm going to keep working with it. Removing the cover every night to dock my phone is not an acceptable solution for me.
So in short, if you don't use a cover and intend to use the dock mainly as a charger, this should be a good buy.
If you use a cover or want a richer mulitmedia dock, look elsewhere or be willing to experiment and possibly mod this dock.
My biggest complaint is that when the phone is sitting in this dock it seems to open and close apps at random, sometimes even rebooting the phone for no apparent reason. The amount of activity (screens opening and closing, display turning on and off) is sometimes astounding. I bought a new car with SYNC voice command via the cellphone's Bluetooth connection and could not get the phone to maintain Bluetooth pairing with the car's SYNC - UNTIL I stopped using the dock overnight. Some weird things go on with the phone when docked that do not happen when it's just plugged into the AC adapter provided by Samsung. I haven't had the time to document them, it is just an observation sitting at my desk while the phone is in the dock. It is messing with the Bluetooth settings of the phone to the point that the phone can't seem to remember the car connection. I don't want to have to re-pair the phone with my car every single day so I've had to give up the otherwise neat little desk clock app the dock triggers. No biggy, but disappointing since the dock I had for my Motorola Droid was very functional and did nothing like this one does. So now I have a docking cradle that is only good for charging the spare battery. I guess it might just be my next EBay sale...