I’ve always wanted something like this for my Android tablet, I think having a keyboard built right into the case would be very useful. Anyway, if you’ve got a Samsung Slate then you might want to check out the new case from Adesso. The case is the Compagno S3 which features a full keyboard with Bluetooth, price is $90 which, depending on the overall quality, might not be bad.
-Adesso today announced the release of its new Compagno™ 3S Bluetooth® keyboard and carrying case for Samsung Slate PC XE700T1A series, WKB-1000SB. Available at several retailers, Adesso’s WKB-1000SB has a MSRP of $89.99.
The Adesso Compagno 3S Bluetooth keyboard and case are the perfect companions for the Samsung Slate PC XE700T1A. The ultra slim aluminum base keyboard is built with scissor-switch keys, which offer the same great tactile feel as a laptop and have a near-silent response. While protecting your Slate PC from the unexpected, the contemporary faux leather case (that accompanies your keyboard) provides multiple viewing angles for easier typing, Internet browsing, and video viewing. The design of the Compagno 3S case also converts into a standalone case, which allows you to store the stylus inside the case as well as connect to your slate PC dock instantly.
The WKB-1000SB features the following:
- Ultra-slim (1/4″ thickness) stylish aluminum keyboard
- Detachable Bluetooth® keyboard allows users to work freely for up to 30 feet
- Scissor-Switch Keys offers the same great tactile feel as laptop and faster key response
- Easy Dock Access without removing the Slate PC from the case
- Multiple viewing angles so you can easily answer emails, browse the Internet, or watch videos
- Rechargeable Polymer battery and Power ON/OFF switch
- Stylus Holder stores the stylus or pen inside the case as your perfect companions
Adesso’s various product lines are available through Ingram Micro, Synnex and D&H direct vendors, eRetailers, including AMAZON, Buy.com, PC Mall, CDW, Insight, Newegg and TigerDirect. In addition, they are also available at retail stores, such as Micro Center, Fry’s, CompUSA, CDW, PC Mall and PC Connection.