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Galaxy Tab 3 - 10.1" Book Cover

Item #: BP520 | Grades K-12
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The new Tab 3 (10.1) Book Cover is extremely durable, protecting all corners and sides. Itís also extremely sleek and form fitting so it doesnít add any bulk and weight. And a new quick and easy- to-open stand lets you place your Tab 3 (10.1) in a more comfortable position for easy viewing.

PRODUCT FEATURES

Compatible with select Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 models

Including white and gold-brown for use with your existing device.

Synthetic-leather material

Provides durable protection and fits snugly on your device to minimize bulk.

Easy-to-open stand

Lets you comfortably position your device for viewing media content. With landscape and typing modes, you can adjust the screen according to your preference.

Play-through design

Ensures simple access to connectors.

Slim, lightweight design

Offers easy portability.
Minimum system requirements: SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions

Accessory Dimensions (WxHxD): 7.0" x 9.7" x 0.5"

Weight

Accessory Weight: 0.3 lb.

Color

Color: Topaz Blue, Red, Brown, White, Black

Material

Material: Synthetic Leather

Compatibility

Galaxy Tab 3 10.1" White (GT-P5210ZWYXAR)

Galaxy Tab 3 10.1" Gold-Brown (GT-P5210GNYXAR)
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