If you put a Nexus 7 in front of the Bezel, it almost fits perfectly width-wise. It is a bit too tall, but I plan on using that to my advantage.
What I plan on doing is constructing my own docking station. The docking station will have five pogo pins. These are a USB-on-the-go connection and will provide data connection.
I don't want to use the Pogo pins for primary power (or USB for that matter). Instead I will install the Google Nexus wireless charger into the dock. I may install it completely hidden behind the dock, or I may leave it exposed since it has a slick glass surface and Nexus logo.
Th wireless charger has four magnets, if they can hold the tablet well enough then great. Otherwise I can always add more magnets and thin metal plates to the inside of the case.
Here is a CAD rendering of the Charger, pogo pins, and four extra magnets to help hold the tablet. (I am a mechanical engineer, so CAD comes first for me)
Here is a rendering showing how I plan on arranging the dock, super-imposed over a shot from my previous build.
(THIS IS NOT A PHOTO OF THE INSTALL!)
Here is a rendering showing what the tablet might look like while docked.
I still haven't decided if I will cut away any of the existing bezel to make the tablet more angled or not.
I have an extra bezel, and I may end up heavily modifying it to make the end result more slick. Until then I will make a basic mount which works without cutting the bezel.
The pogo pins will make contact with five small pads inside the Nexus 7. These pads are not part of the original design of course.
What I will do is remove the back, and drill five small holes.
There is plenty of space between the battery and rear of the case for some thin contacts, there is also nothing electrical on the inside in this area. I will make the contacts from thin copper tape adhered to double sided tape. The five contacts will then be soldered to pins on the USB connector. (Wired internally)
The end result will be a tablet that looks stock, other then five small holes on the back. It will still be perfectly usable as a portable tablet.