Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Keyboard dock

For Samsung, competing against Apple's iPad means more than creating an excellent tablet--it also means creating a high-quality line of accessories. For the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung is making a number of cases, keyboards, docks, and adapters, to entice customers.
In this photo we see the Keyboard dock ($69), which offers a full-size tactile keyboard for users interested in adapting the Galaxy Tab 10.1 for extensive word processing and e-mail. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Keyboard dock (side)

On the right side of the Keyboard dock you'll find a pass-through 30-pin connection, which can be used to charge the tablet while it's docked or to connect one of a number of adapters (USB host, HDMI, USB sync) made for the Tab 10.1. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Keyboard dock (back)

An audio output jack is located on the back of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Keyboard dock. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Bluetooth keyboard case

A case with an integrated Bluetooth keyboard is due out for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in July of 2011. Pricing has yet to be announced. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Bluetooth keyboard case (closed)

The Bluetooth keyboard case folds up and stays closed with a magnetic latch. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Bluetooth keyboard case (side)

Here's a side view of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 sandwiched inside the Bluetooth keyboard case. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Bluetooth keyboard case (front)

Here's a shot of the front of the Bluetooth keyboard case. All put together, the system has the familiar feel of a slender Netbook. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Multi-Media dock (side)

If you just want a pretty place to charge and admire your Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Multi-Media dock ($34.99) is just the thing. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Multi-Media dock (back)

The Multi-Media dock does not include a built-in video output. Instead, users must buy an HDMI adapter separately ($39), which can be plugged into the pass-though 30-pin connection on the back. A stereo audio out is included. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Leather pouch

For those who keep things simple, Samsung offers a basic leather pouch for $29. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Adapters

Here are the range of adapters made for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. From left to right we have the HDMI adapter ($39), the USB host adapter ($19.99), and the SD card adapter (pricing TBD). Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Book Cover case

A Book Cover case is also available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, priced at $59. Read full review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - Book Cover case (folded)

A flap on the back of the Book Cover case can be used to prop the tablet up at an angle for typing and browsing. Read full review
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