Samsung Galaxy Tab S will come accompanied by a lot of accessories
Have you had enough of all the buzz created today around the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S duo of AMOLED tablets? We hope not, because we have another one for you.Earlier today, we told you Logitech has announced the dedicated Type-S Keyboard for the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 tablet, but Samsung has a bunch of nifty accessories to be used in concert with the devices too. Let’s take a look at them.
Samsung Bluetooth KeyboardBecause the Galaxy Tab S lineup will be targeted mostly at business professionals, it might be uber handy to use the tablets in concert with a nice keyboard.
Samsung has one that looks extremely stylish and makes the slate seem like an Ultrabook. So the tech giant is offering a Bluetooth keyboard bundled with Bluetooth 3.0, Android hotkey and support for some of Samsung’s nifty features (like multi-windows apps and screen capture) for both its models.
You can also use the case as a screen protector for the slate, when you’re not handling it, of course. The accessory is equipped with a 200mAh rechargeable battery and is available in bronze and white.
Galaxy Tab S Book CoverDo you have a keyboard already and want to use it with the new tablets? Or you just want to prop the device, so you can watch a quick video?
The Book Cover answers your call and also acts like a screen protector. When you open the cover and fold it into the desired position, the click-to-lock mechanism will secure the tablet in its place.
The case supports three viewing angles: viewing, touch and typing and is being offered in white, bronze, red, blue, black or ivory.
Galaxy Tab S Simple CoverAre you a fan of the simple things? Samsung has your back, too. The Tab S Simple Cover is a basic accessory which protects your tablet from harm’s way, but can also turn off your device when you’re done using.
However, the product does not function as a stand, which might be a little of a drawback.
Samsung Level Series headphonesThe new headphone pieces were launched as part of the Galaxy Tab S lineup, but it doesn't mean you won’t be able to use them with other devices too.
There’s the Samsung Level Over set of over-ear headphones, pairing to the tablet via Bluetooth, and then there’s the Level On compact headphones, taking advantage of a cable and not Bluetooth.
Last but not least, you can also opt for Level In ear buds which come with 4 silicone ear tips and 3 memory foam tips.