New tablet, new cases. So it goes with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, which can now be sheathed in one of a couple folio cases from Kensington, complete with Bluetooth keyboards.
The Kensington KeyFolio Pro has a soft sheepskin exterior with a microfiber interior to avoid scratching your new tablet’s display. The six-row Bluetooth keyboard is removable if you don’t need it, and there’s a built-in stylus holder, if you want your Galaxy Tab to be more like a Note. There are discrete viewing angles you can lock the KeyFolio Pro into, plus a magnetic clasp to close everything up. When it hits, the KeyFolio Pro will be available in red, blue, green, yellow, purple, and black, and will sell for about $100.
The KeyFolio Exact is roughly the same deal as the Pro version, only much thinner. There’s still the stylus holder and the six-row removable Bluetooth keyboard, just no sheepskin on the back. There will be raised edges around the entire tablet, in order to prevent any damage or scratches due to drops. The Exact will just be available in black, and will sell for about $130 when it becomes available online and in stores soon.