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Some cases are sold with additional charger, so it this is all you need you can use this instead of dock. See
CrazyOnDigital Black Stand Leather Case with Charger and Screen Protector For Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1-Inch N8000 N8010 N8013 Tablet (6-item)
This USB otg cable is a replacement for the expensive Original Samsung USB Adapter / Card Reader. This USB Host OTG cable works exactly the same as the super expensive Samsung USB Adapter. With this Micro USB Host OTG cable, it lets your device to connect to USB Flash Drive, Mouse, some digital cameras and Keyboard. -It should work with most USB Flash Drive, Mouse, digital camera and Keyboard, BUT please note that some of them may not be compatible. Include: USB adapter X 1
- PortaCell 5 in 1 Samsung Galaxy Tab USB OTG Camera Connection Kit Compatible with Galaxy Tab 7.7, Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy Tab 10.1
- Transfer photos from a photo camera via USB cable or directly from an SD card to your Samsung Galaxy Tab
- Use an external USB keyboard, USB mouse or USB Flash Disk with your Galaxy Tab.
- Support MS. SD. SDHC. MMC. MMC2. RS MMC. UITRA2 SD. EXTREME SD .. EXTREME 3 SD, TF (Micro-SD).
- Support usb hard disk (The hard disk must have external power).
This dock does not fit the Samsung Note 10.1 tablet... You need manually to cut edges to fit. But it is twice cheaper that universal Dock, EDD-D100BEGXAR, which is compatible with all Galaxy Tab models and does not include a USB cable or charger since it relies on the charger included with the Tab for power.
Item model number: EDD-D1B1BEGSTA
This dock is only compatible with the Galaxy Note 10.1. It has
- 3.5mm audio out jack for external speakers or home stereo connection.
- The multimedia dock has HDMI pass through which allows you to connect the HDMI adapter to the multimedia dock to connect the TAB to your home entertainment center. (HDMI adapter sold separately)
- It is using the charger and cable provided with your Galaxy Tab (charger and cable not included with dock)
The Universal Desk
Steven Very useful and versatile, September 26, 2012I purchased the item to make viewing videos on my new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 more comfortable. What was not apparent from the product description was that the proprietary 30-pin port accepts more than power. I am able to use the Samsung Galaxy TabTM HDTV Adapter and the Samsung EPL-1PL0BEGXAR USB Connection Kit. For such an inexpensive item it is a must have for any Samsung Note owner.
Ole Jer, Oct 23, 2012
I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0). I find that the slot on the Dock is too narrow to fit the Tablet with any Case on the Dock. I have to remove the Tablet from any Case to have it fit in the Dock.
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