Genuine Accessories For Galaxy SIII

9/5/2012 5:36:56 PM

These accessories are protective shell Flip Cover, rubber protective shell, 2 charging stands, micro USB to HDMI transfer, SIII base for the car and a touch C-Pen.

Description: Genuine accessories for Galaxy SIII

Genuine accessories for Galaxy SIII

Among them, the Flip Cover, 2 charging stands and C-Pen are designed quite beautifully and have the same patterns with SIII chassis, providing high uniformity.

Besides the normal rubber protective covers, Flip Cover is more prominent because it is “integrated” the back cover of SIII. If you want to add Flip Cover into the phone, you must remove the back cover of SIII. It is also the protection of the glass screen and is convenient to hold with right hand because the cover lid is opened from the right side.

2 charging stands have beautiful and luxurious design. A stand is a dock for SIII (just to hold the phone), at the back of this dock has a pin plug, you can remove battery of the phone and put it in dock for charging. Dock will connect to your computer or electric source by micro USB port on its backside. The second base is more advanced because it has micro USB socket below the dock to charge the phone when you add it up. Behind this dock, there is no charging tray. Besides the micro USB port, there is also a 3.5mm port to connect to the external headset.

Next accessory is a device to transfer micro USB to HDMI, SIII does not have HDMI port, so if you want to transfer photos from the phone to TV or projector screen, you must use this transfer device. In case you drive a car, Samsung also has accessory for the car, which is a base to mount the phone, it can be attached inside the car.

The last accessory is a pretty big and beautiful pen, called C-Pen, it’s quite big, made of metal, sturdy. The pen nib is made of rubber and small, it’s convenient for writing or drawing on SIII. Remember that C-Pen is not compatible with screen of other phones, whether it’s capacitive touch screen. I tried using it with Lumia 710 and iPad3, both do not work with C-Pen. I do not know whether it is compatible with the Galaxy S and SII or not, currently I see it just supports the SIII.

Description: Galaxy SIII

Galaxy SIII


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