Samsung outs Smart Dock for Galaxy Note 2

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is, by itself, a powerful computing device which can handle more than your basic phone needs without breaking a sweat. But wouldn’t be nicer if you can plug up to 3 USB devices and broadcast your screen through an HDMI port? Well, for a hundred bucks you can with Galaxy Note II Smart Dock.


The Samsung Smart Dock features 3 USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI port, 3.5mm audio jack and one Micro-USB port for charging. Users can plug an array USB peripherals to the dock which includes mice, keyboards and external storage devices.


This accessory enhances the phone’s capability by allowing other devices such as USB input devices to be plugged in to the Galaxy Note II. This in turn helps users to be more productive with their smartphone, especially when they’re away from their PC.

The Samsung Smart Dock for Galaxy Note II’s price is a bit expensive, but it’s a small price to pay considering the things that this accessory brings to its users.


13 Comments on this Post

  1. hi sir ronnie! any news re: philippine release?

  2. Pwede naman gamitin ito para sa original na galaxy note di ba? XD

    At dapat pwedeng pahiga yung pwesto ng note, masmaganda kapag naka landscape yung orientation tapos nakasaksak sa monitor/tv :D

  3. Wow. This is a really nice accessory. I wonder how much this is locally.

  4. sir ronnie, is this also compatible with the first galaxy note?

  5. Tantrums_cute

    sir… ‘tong smart dock, compatible din po ba sa Galaxy Tab 10.1…? d ba parehas lang din sila?

    thanks po…

  6. dapat pwede sa note 1 to.. mukang mini usb port yun connector niya compared sa tabs na iba ang connectors

  7. @Sonofa: Given Samsung’s penchant of dropping support for older products, I very much doubt that this dock is compatible with the Note 1.

  8. rein jose

    Pre san b nabibili yan dito sa dubai?

  9. rein jose

    At pre magkanu?

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