Who is tired of not finding accessories for a android tablet?

Discussion in 'Asus TF300 Forum' started by Raiderspy1, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. Raiderspy1

    Raiderspy1 Member

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    Me for one, is sick of ipad. I know this is not the correct forum for this but could not find a "accessories" forum. A friend of mind found this for her galaxy tab and loves it. Its called the tablet claw and is used for holding your tablet and is versatile. Take a look at,
    Tablet Claw | The Only Tablet Accessory For Presenters and Business Professionals
    just thought people would like to hear about something we all could use. sorry if i broke any rules.
     
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    I bought the Poetic leather case from Amazon for the TF and the keyboard. At only $20 it's a deal. Worked great on my last trip.
     
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    Frederuco Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I personally have not had many issues finding any accessories I need for my tablet. Yes, the iPad has oodles of them, but it has been out for 3+ years and had 90% of the market share for a while. The more popular the tablet, the more accessories you will be able to find.
     
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    TF300 screen protectors are a bit rare. Mine cost $4, which is more than what I usually pay for.
     

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