Galaxy Tab 8.9 keyboard dock spied in Russia and the keyboard does appear to have full QWERTY key support along with dedicated directional keys and number keys. Samsung will appears to be using their proprietary port to connect the 8.9 to the dock and the design of this accessory is in a lot of ways just like the keyboard dock that was released last year with the 7-inch Samsung………..
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 8.9 still isn’t expected to hit retail until later in the year, but that hasn’t stopped the 8.9-inch slate from popping up around the world for a sneaky series of appearances and Russian site mforum.ru spotted n intriguing keyboard docking station for the tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 will have a 1280 x 800 pixel display, a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and Android 3.x Honeycomb. It also runs Samsung’s custom TouchWiz software on top of Android. The keyboard dock transforms the tablet into something like an Android netbook. It doesn’t appear to double as a screen cover the way the Asus Eee Pad Transformer keyboard does, but the keyboard looks like it’s well designed with decent spacing between the keys and a series of custom function keys for Android-specific actions such as Home, Back, Search, or voice input.