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Motorola Lapdock 100 for Motorola Smartphones - Charger - Retail Packaging - Silver

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  • Get to multi-tasking whenever and wherever. Make and take calls while you work or browse, simultaneously surf the web, check emails, listen to music, and use your favorite Android apps with WebTop's multiple-window capability.
  • Get big screen content. Dock your phone and instantly launch a full Firefox browser on the 10.1" HD screen. Watch videos; play your favorite games, surf the web and more.
  • Get charged. Whether you are multitasking, sharing your HD videos and pictures or listening to your favorite music, MOTOROLA LAPDOCK 100 stays charged for up to 5 hours while charging your phone in the background.
  • Get what you need without the weight. Get the speed, access, and power you need without weighing you down; a built-in keyboard and two finger scroll capability makes writing emails, IM-ing friends and editing online documents easier than ever before.
  • Unique design allows use with multiple Motorola Smartphones- Photon and Droid Bionic. Requires WebTop application. Motorola retail packaging includes: Motorola Lap dock 100, 30W wall charger, and quick start guide.
  • Laptop dock for compatible Motorola smartphones; provides interactive computer-like experience from your smartphone
  • 10.1-inch screen and full keyboard make it easy for you to browse and work
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 14.13 inches, 1.71 inches, 12.63 inches
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Product Description

Product Description

Unleash the computing power of your smartphone with Lap dock 100. Lightweight with a built-in keyboard, Lap dock looks like a slim laptop, but only comes to life when you dock your smartphone. Watch movies, edit documents, browse the web with the latest Firefox browser, all on the 10.1" screen. Compatible with Motorola Photon 4G and Droid Bionic.


Unleash the computing power of your smartphone with the Motorola Lapdock 100. Sleek and lightweight with a built-in keyboard, the Lapdock looks like a slim laptop, but only comes to life when you dock your smartphone. Watch movies, edit documents, play games, browse the web with the latest Firefox browser, all on the 10.1-inch screen.

Lapdock 100
Tether your phone to start the webtop application
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Lapdock 100
Dock your phone for easy mobility (view larger).

And now with MotoCast on your smartphone, you have direct, instant access to the documents, songs, and videos on your PC. Use it with Lapdock 100 and you can edit your documents with ease whether they are in the cloud or on your home computer.

The new Lapdock 100 has a convenient tether and phone cradle to connect your smartphone to the dock. Just plug the tether cord into your phone, and you are ready to go. If you are on the move, put the phone in the cradle for ultimate mobility.

You can still text, use your mobile apps and even make and take calls through the Lapdock--all at the same time. And, because the Lapdock is powered by your phone, you never need to rely on Wi-Fi access to stay connected and productive.

Lapdock 100

Put your Smartphone in Ultimate Smart Mode

With a full-sized keyboard and two-finger scroll pad, you can save your thumbs for the space bar. Type long e-mails or text messages, and create, edit or share documents using QuickOffice or Google Docs. Work documents can be viewed using the popular PDF format or even printed to a long list of supported printers through the integrated MOTOPRINT application. The Lapdock 100 with the webtop application also includes a PC-like File Manager, making it convenient and intuitive to view, copy, paste, move, or delete files on your smartphone or its integrated SD card.

Stay Productive on the Go. Stay Connected, Too.

At just 2.2 pounds, the Lapdock 100 is designed to be as mobile as are. Compact enough to carry in a back-pack or briefcase, use in the office, in the classroom, at a cafe, or on the couch at home, the Lapdock 100's up to 5-hour battery charges the phone so a user never loses their freedom to be mobile.

Compatible with Multiple Phones

The Lapdock 100 is compatible with multiple Motorola smartphones, including Motorola ATRIX 2, PHOTON 4G, and DROID BIONIC by Motorola. It will also be compatible with future Motorola webtop-enabled devices.


  • Screen: 10.1 inches (1366 x 768)
  • Trackpad: Two-finger scroll support
  • Connections: 2 USB 2.0 ports
  • Dimensions: 10.55 x 9.21 x 1.24 inches
  • Weight: 2.2 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 1.7 x 12.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B005P58B5G
  • Item model number: 89539N
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,619 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

If you own a Motorola Atrix 2, Photon 4G or Droid Bionic and want to add the versatility of a laptop to your already powerful and capable smartphone, you need to take a hard look at the Lapdock 100. (Motorola has announced the Lapdock 500, release date unknown, which will have more features, including a larger screen, but will weigh twice as much and be more expensive,)

The Lapdock 100 is a beautiful package. It measures about 10 x 11 x 1.25 inches and adds about two pounds to the weight of the phone. A short flexible cable extends from the back of the unit and plugs into the power/data and HDMI ports on your phone. There is a slot with a rubberized flap that you can slide your phone into. My Photon fits without problem, though you have be a bit careful and not push the phone to forcefully into the slot, lest you activate the volume or camera buttons.

The 10.1 inch 1366 x 768 is gorgeous and excellent to work with. The Lapdock uses Motorola's WebTop technology. What you see is a bit difficult to explain since there is a lot going on. Your phone's screen is exactly duplicated, which by default doesn't take up much room on the screen. It can be resized. All phone controls are accessible. There is also a full Firefox browser.

The phone works in cellular or WiFi mode. My Photon, with its Tegra 2 processor, is speedy and it feels like I am working with a higher end netbook. Streaming with YouTube was flawless. On WiFi, there were no problems with stuttering or video/audio synchronization. I used QuickOffice without a problem. Web browsing was a breeze, though I wished for greater vertical resolution to minimize scrolling.
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Please disregard older reviews, except for what they say about the hardware. The software for these webtops has improved dramatically in the last 2-3 months, as ICS rolls out to motorola phones and brings with it Webtop 3.0, which is what this device will run when plugged into your phone.

Phew. Now let's go.

I'm a 20-year-old college student whose tablet just died after one year and who finds the idea of a netbook with phone-blessed superpowers to be quite riveting. Having caved to the inane marketing of tablets, I now know that it is next-to-impossible to do anything productive with them, mostly due to the lack of a keyboard - so here I am. Bought it here for $118 + shipping.
IMPORTANT: I'm a senior, and since my freshman year, I've now owned a modern Macbook, Tegra 2 tablet, an Acer Aspire One netbook, and this webdock. The webdock is by far my favorite device so far.
ALSO IMPORTANT: This is a *secondary* device. I have a powerful desktop to come home to, which (whether I like it or not) is my primary computer. This dock is strictly for browsing on the couch, on-the-go computing (in-class or studying), or watching Netflix on a bigger screen than your phone offers (if you're running Linux like me ^_^)

* Burden: Taking this to class is easy because it ways ~1/3rd of my old Macbook 5,1 and my phone is coming with me anyway.
* Attitude: This device actually allows me to be productive, unlike my old tablet, solely due to the keyboard. (see keyboard under HARDWARE) The experience is very productive and no-nonsense, and I like that a lot (Any Arch Linux fans out there? o/).
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Most of these glowing reviews are BEFORE the ICS update to the Android OS and it's subsequent affect to the Webtop software. I can only speak from my experience as I just bought and thought I had a great deal on the Lapdock 100.

As of the date of this review, you can simply Google "Motorola Lapdock issues" or go to Ebay and you'll see much on the fact that the updates to the OS have rendered this once great accessory to a simple screen expander w/ the added benefit of a keyboard!

You can now get these items for $50-99 dollars and it as it works good as a batter charger/keyboard/screen enlarger it's not much more now. I won't go into futher detail as there is much on the web concerning this: "Motorola Kills Custom Webtop Software in Ice Cream Sandwich ...".

Just look around and you will see... just don't pay more than $99 for a NEW one or $30-50 for used!

Check out: Google Strips Motorola of Webtop, Retires Lapdock
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I bought this to use with my Droid Razr after considering a tablet. When reading all the professional reviews, most writers seemed to overlook the greatest selling point IMO - data access without paying a tethering fee to Verizon. I have 4G phone and an unlimited data plan, so it was a no brainer when compared to a tablet. But most reviewers, while thinking the lapdock was a cool idea, didnt see an advantage to the tablet. Huh? Just one year of tethering fees would cost $360! I got the lapdock for $199, which will serve me well for years. I can access Google docs, my blogs and other web-based businesses from anywhere at any time while also charging my phone. I have had it for just a week now, and it has already proved its worth business-wise and is entertaining my 21 month old with streaming videos of Elmo. I plan to keep it in a small messenger bag and take it with me as much as possible so I can get work done on the go without having to seek out a wifi hotspot. The apps are good, the integration is seemless after you take some time to familiarize yourself with settings and its limitations. My complaints are few - while the box said it was for the Razr, it's really the generic lapdock 100 that works with most of the new Moto smart phones. Good for foward compatability, but the Razr does not fit in the little slotted phone cradle on the back. Since the ports on the Razr reside in the top, not the side of the phone, the lapdock's tethering cord is not long enough to allow you to use the cradle. This is annoying since the phone just hangs on the back by the cord, which is no problem on a desk, but becomes cumbersome when using it on your lap. I also wish it had a camera, or at least a longer cord to bring the phones camera around to the front so I could Skype with the Lapdock 100.Read more ›
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