While Samsung is getting ready to roll out its Galaxy S III flagship phone, more accessories have begin to surfaced. Apart from the usual docks, cables and covers, a UK mobile site has revealed some interesting add-ons.
The first one is the C-Pen which is a stylus pen that’s designed for the Galaxy S III. It sure does look thicker than an average stylus and is designed to help in making more accurate input or drawing. The C-Pen is different from the Galaxy Note‘s S-Pen as it is a standalone pen with no silo to keep it away and there’s no additional buttons to toggle different functions.
Next is the WiFi Display hub which lets you stream content without cables to your HDTV. The device connects to a TV via standard HDMI and powered by micro USB. This is pretty much similar to HTC’s Media Link HD which lets you push videos or mirror your device activity wirelessly with TVs that doesn’t come with DLNA. We are more curious to find out if it comes with additional features on top of what HTC has to offer.
The rest of the accessories include a stand alone dock, a dock with secondary battery charger and its official flip covers that come in dark gray and ceramic white. Hit the source link for more.
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