Samsung Galaxy Tab S accessories: cases, keyboards and headphones galore!

June 12, 2014
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Today’s Samsung announcement probably have tablet enthusiasts running all around. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5 look, feel and work great. You can learn all about them in our hands-on posts of both the 8.4 and 10.5 versions.

Pre-ordering them will be a simple task as soon as tomorrow, and soon after these tablets will be landing in your hands. Surely, you will want to take full advantage of their capabilities, so Samsung has also announced a set of awesome accessories you will want to take a look at.

Samsung’s official Galaxy Tab S accessories include a series of cases, a keyboard and some great headphones. They are designed to fit your specific needs, all serving different purposes. Let’s give them a look and see which you should consider purchasing.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S Book Cover

Following a long tradition of “book cover” cases, this portfolio style accessory will both bring protection to your tablet and offer some added functionality and confort.

The case folds around, provifing 3 standing modes: viewing mode, touch mode and typing mode. It does also work with auto power on/off, when closing or opening the lid. And just in case it sounded like a boring case, it does come in a variety of colors, including white, bronze, red, blue, black and ivory.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S Simple Cover

Those who need something a bit less complex will find a perfect home for their tablet in one of Samsung’s Simple Cover cases. Offering protection and a touch of elegance, this case does feature auto power on/off and comes in white, bronze, red, blue and black.

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Samsung Bluetooth Keyboard

The other cases may be comfy, protective and classy, but those who want more productivity out of their set-up will be excited to see the Samsung Bluetooth Keyboard. With Bluetooth 3.0 technology, a full Android keyboard and high-quality keys, and a 200 mAh battery, this may be the perfect companion for the worker or student. It will be available in “Titanium Bronze” and Dazzling White”.

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Samsung Level Series headphones

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S devices are made with media consumption in mind. Those AMOLED displays with 2560×1600p resolution weren’t put there for no reason, but Samsung also wants to make sure you have a good sound experience to go with those stunning visuals.

The Samsung Level Series headphones come in 3 iterations: Level Over, Level On and Level In. These feature different headphone styles, catering to all your preferences. Relative to the headphone names, there will be over-the-ear, on-ear and in-ear versions.

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The Samsung Level Over is the best of the trio, with Bluetooth 3.0 technology, 50mm Bio-Cellulose Diaphragm with Neodymium Magnet 
Active Noise Cancellation, S-Voice support, call support, and a very comfortable-looking design.

Level On headphones come with a 400 mm dual-layered diaphragm and S Voice support, while the Level In version will come with a 3-way speaker system, as well as S Voice. All will be packed with their “premium carrying cases”, as well.

Comments

  • Jayfeather787

    Considering these tablets were just announced a couple hours ago, well done Android Authority on posting this list on the accessories of this new tablet.
    We have a keyboard case for this thing? Great! Take that Surface Pro 3. Linux FTW!

  • KK

    If the keyboard had a usb port, then id actually consider these tablets

    • Jayfeather787

      Buy a USB OTG. Literally, it costs 4 bucks on Amazon.

  • Foosa Noble

    I wish they would of made a keyboard case for the note 10.1 2014 edition……. And would the level in ear buds work with its features on a note ll?

  • inesh raju

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    • Jayfeather787

      Not cool. No one cares. Stop robbing Mojang. Die.

  • http://www.androidandfreak.info/ Charan
  • wat

    Kind of want some of the Level Over headphones but not if they’re ridiculously priced. By that I mean over £80.

  • Bryan Z

    I had no idea samsung was making those type of headphones.

  • K2

    Nice tablets. But whats the price? Is it too expensive to mention?