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Tablet with Keyboard Dock

Updated on April 4, 2013

A Tablet with Keyboard Dock Gives You the Best of Both Worlds

Want to get the most out of your tablet? The consider getting a tablet with a keyboard dock. While tablet computers are great for portability, they're not so great for type-ability. Using one or two fingers to hunt and peck can be painfully slow compared to touch typing. A tablet with a keyboard dock gives you the best of both worlds - hook it up when you need to do a lot of typing or leave it alone when you don't need a real keyboard. Keyboard docking stations can be stand-alone models or integrated in tablet covers. Which one you prefer is a personal choice. This page can help you find a table keyboard dock that works for you.

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Samgung Galaxy 2 Tablet with Keyboard Dock - Buy your tablet and dock in one bundle

Many keyboard docks are sold as separate accessories, but this Samsung Galaxy 2 tablet comes bundled with a keyboard docking station. Hook up to this dock and you can charge the 7-inch Tab 2 while using the full keyboard to type. The Tab 2 includes 8 GB Flash memory and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-Inch Student Edition (White)
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-Inch Student Edition (White)

Product description: Enjoy music, movies, TV shows, apps, and more--wherever you are--with the Galaxy Tab 2. The tablet sports a 7-inch touchscreen and is powered by Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, which offers a smooth user experience. The Samsung Media Hub app gives you access to thousands of new movies and TV shows and lets you play your purchases on up to five devices at a time. You can also use the Galaxy Tab 2 as a universal remote for your home entertainment devices and stream video, music, and pictures to your DLNA-enabled TV using Samsung's AllShare service. A free one-year 50GB subscription to Dropbox, a web-based file-sharing service, is included.


iPad Tablet Cover with Keyboard Dock - Add a keyboard folio to your iPad

This iPad cover includes a removable keyboard. You can take it out when you won't be doing much typing or put it back in when you want to dock your iPad and use the keyboard. The cover features an adjustable stand and a magnetized closure to protect your screen, and it's available in two colors (red or black).

Belkin Keyboard Folio Case with Keyboard, Black
Belkin Keyboard Folio Case with Keyboard, Black

Product description: This versatile and protective folio from Belkin features a removable keyboard that lets you switch between work and play with ease anywhere you use your iPad. The premium, stitched case is custom fit to your iPad with a smooth inner lining that's soft against your device. Lightweight and form-fitting, it slips easily into another bag without adding bulk.


Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Mobile Docking - Transform your ASUS Eee pad TF101 into a netbook

With this keyboard dock for the ASUS Eee Pad TF101, you can easily transform your Eee Pad into a netbook-sized computer, complete with a QWERTY keyboard, touchpad, USB ports, and SD card reader. The docking station also adds an extra 6.5 hours of battery life,

Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Mobile Docking
Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Mobile Docking

Product description: Easily switch between tablet and PC mode with the docking station designed especially for the Eee Pad Transformer. The station not only extends the tablet's battery life up to 16 hours1 but also features added functionalities which include a near full-sized QWERTY keyboard, a multi-touch touchpad, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and a 4-in-1 SD card reader.


Find More Tablet Keyboard Docks - More options available online

The keyboard docks above are just a sampling of the ones available. For more options, see the results below.

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      aishu19 4 years ago

      I don't but I think a tablet keyboard is the best of both worlds