Samsung Announces Official Accessories for Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung announced a few new official accessories for their Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet rolling out across the lands. These accessories include a multimedia dock, protective case, and cables/adapters.

The multimedia dock for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 allows you to dock the Tab in landscape mode so you can view movies, read emails, view photos, and browse the web. The dock also provided power to the tablet while it is docked.

The protective case for the Tab is a book style leather case and features sleeves that allow you to change the orientation of the tablet.  Perfect for those who dig multiple viewing angles.

The last accessory that Samsung announced was the 30-pin to HDMI cable, and a USB host cable so you can connect a mouse/ keyboard to the Tab.

To be clear, Samsung has also announced smaller accessories such as a heat conductive stylus and car chargers but those are not quite as exciting. Samsung has not announced pricing for any of these accessories as of yet and says they will be available mid-summer.

Read more at the source: Press Release

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