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Logitech unveils accessories for tablets

Posted on 26 August 2011 by Android

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The Logitech Keyboard Case is designed in collaboration with ZAGG. The keys are laid on a military-grade, padded aluminum cover–when used as a cover, it wraps around the iPad 2, protecting the screen and the sides. Connectivity is enabled through Bluetooth and the grooves that hold up the iPad 2 prop the tablet up in landscape and portrait orientations. It is available now in Singapore at a retail price of S$139 (US$115).

There’s also the Logitech Tablet Keyboard, which connects with your Android 3.0 tablet or the iPad through Bluetooth. Although there are two versions, they are generally similar except that the keys have been customized for the different operating systems. It comes with a carrying case that can double as a stand for the tablet. There are shortcut keys for media playback, like a volume control and play. It will available in Singapore from mid-September at a retail price of S$95 (US$79).

Logitech also introduced a speaker dock for the iPad with a built-in alarm and radio. Those who need a more portable solution can turn to another product, the Logitech Tablet Speaker, which comes with an eight-hour rechargeable battery and clips onto your tablet. It uses the 3.5mm headphone jack and works with any device utilizing such an output, including smartphones and laptops.

The Logitech Tablet Speaker is available now at S$59 (US$49) while the Bedside Dock is slated for a September launch at a retail price of S$99 (US$82).

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