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October 20, 2010 by Louise Reid
Thinking about getting a Samsung Galaxy Tab? The manufacturer has just lifted the lid on a whole range of accessories to pimp out your tablet.
The first and most expensive piece of kit is the keyboard dock, which does what it says on the tin. It’s a full QWERTY keyboard that can be used when your Galaxy Tab is placed upright in the docking station. It charges the tablet and you can hook it up to your speakers or headphones via the audio output. One will set you back £69.99, but at least it has a couple of different uses. Alternatively, you can bag the Multimedia Desk Dock which is a slightly cheaper charging station at £39.99.
A Samsung Galaxy Tab is definitely worth protecting and the good news is that a case won’t lighten your wallet too much. Tab owners will have a choice of a silicon gel case (£19.99), the standard leather case option (£24.99) and the £29.99 notebook/stand case which comes with a folding support to prop your Galaxy Tab up.
Users can also get their hands on a battery powered speaker, headphones and in-car charges. All the accessories will be available on November 1st when the Samsung tablet officially goes on sale, apart from the gel case which is due to arrive later on in the month. It looks like there could be some very spoilt Galaxy Tab’s out there!
Will you be getting any of these accessories for your Samsung Galaxy Tab? Let us know!
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