Samsung's new Galaxy NotePRO and Galaxy TabPRO are gigantic and they might not be the easiest things to handle. You'll probably want to keep these things well covered but at the same time still maintain productivity with these laptop-sized mobile devices. That's where Logitech comes in with its new Logitech PRO case that it's announcing at CES 2014.
For protection, the folio case uses a durable and wipeable exterior that keeps your tablet safe from bumps and scratches but still keeps it looking classy. SecureLock clips keep the device from falling off but at the same time keeps it easy to remove. The slim profile tries not to add any more weight to these tablets, which are already heavy beyond comfort.
Logitech adds a keyboard into the mix, turning the case into a laptop-like contraption. Given how Samsung is propositioning these large tablets to so-called prosumers, that might be the most common configuration it will be used in. The keyboard features well-spaced chiclet-type keys and includes a row of keys for Android shortcuts like recent apps and email. When not in use, the tablet can fold over the keyboard for a flat viewing or touch-friendly angle.
The Logitech PRO protective case with keyboard will cost around $129.99 when it launches in the US. Retail availability, however, won't start until February 2014 and will cover the US as well as selected markets in Europe and Asia.