At a New York press event today, Samsung introduced its newest duo of Galaxy Tab S tablets, along with three accessories that can accompany the device: two covers and a Bluetooth keyboard.
The book cover comes in four colors (electric blue, glam red, charcoal black, and titanium bronze) and weighs half a pound. It features a number of folds that enable users to bend and angle the cover in three different ways to prop up the tablet for easy viewing.
If you want a more basic approach, Samsung's simple cover is one solid flap with no folds. It is lighter at 0.2-pound, and unlike the book cover, it does not completely envelop the tablet. Instead, it wraps around the bottom edge and covers only a few inches of the tablet's backside, leaving the camera exposed. It also comes in the same four shades.
Lastly, there is the ergonomic Bluetooth keyboard that can attach to the tablet with a clasp. It can fold over and be used as a hard-shell tablet cover. Samsung gave no word yet on any pricing or availability dates for these three products.
As for the tablet itself, the Tab S is the first to feature a Super AMOLED touchscreen, which is known to display deeper blacks and more vibrant, saturated colors. It has two size variants (10.4 inches and 8.4 inches) and cost about $500 (£449) and $400 (£349 ), respectively.