Samsung Galaxy S III accessories: C-Pen, AllShare Cast Hub, loads more

Samsung Galaxy S III accessories: C-Pen, AllShare Cast Hub, loads moreWe were all keen to hear about the Samsung Galaxy S III specs last night, but the launch event wasn’t entirely focused on the phone.

Sammo also revealed 623 spanking new Samsung Galaxy S III accessories. Ok, maybe not 623, but it wasn’t bloomin’ far off.

Prices and release dates have yet to be confirmed, but if you’ve got a few spare bucks lying around, you might fancy kitting out your Galaxy S III with one or more of these bad boys:

  • Wireless Charging Kit/Battery Charger Stand – those chaps speak for themselves, huh?
  • C-Pen – while the Samsung Galaxy Note has the S-Pen, the Samsung Galaxy S III has C-Pen compatibility - a capacitive stylus tailored the for the S III, with a wee rubber tip and an aluminium bod
  • Waterproof Protective Cover – a 1.3mm-thick cover with little rubber caps for the Samsung Galaxy S III’s various ports. It’ll be available in four colours. There’s also a 0.5mm non-waterproof Slim Cover
  • Flip Cover – offers protection on the back with a flippy bit at the front
  • AllShare Cast Hub – connects to your TV and allows you to shoot videos and music and stuff to the big screen

There’s also a Universal Vehicle Dock, Desktop Dock and Premium Audio Dock. Phew. That’s a lot of Samsung Galaxy S III accessories, man.

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Pondlife  May. 4, 2012 at 12:23

Thought the flip cover whilst not a bad idea was rather ugly, like the sound of water proof cover but not seen it.

You forgot the highlight, well alright not really, the redoing of the Pebble mp3 player that was erm lame the first time round

Stelph  May. 4, 2012 at 14:42

AllShare Cast Hub? Wow, a great idea for a product (essentially an Android ATV) but did they have to give it such a stupid name?

Pondlife  May. 4, 2012 at 14:57

or a samsung version of the htc media link? Though I think with right tv you don't need the hub


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