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AT&T Laptop Dock for Motorola ATRIX 4G - Retail Packaging
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- Laptop dock for the Motorola ATRIX 4G for a more interactive computer-like experience from your smartphone
- Large 11.6-inch screen and full keyboard make it easy for you to browse and work
- When ATRIX 4G is docked, the webtop application opens with full desktop Firefox web browser with support for Adobe Flash
- Super thin design and weighs just 2.4 pounds--easily slips into your bag just like a laptop
- Internal rechargeable battery provides up to 8 hours of use
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Unleash the computing power of the Motorola ATRIX 4G for AT&T with its companion Lapdock, which offers a larger screen, keyboard and trackpad--enabling you to have an enhanced and more interactive computer-like experience with your device. The webtop app launches automatically when your ATRIX 4G phone is docked, providing you access to a desktop version of the Mozilla Firefox 3.6 browser (with support for Adobe Flash Player). Super thin, it travels easily in your bag just like a laptop and weighs just 2.4 pounds.
(Note: The Motorola Lapdock requires the separately available Motorola ATRIX 4G, and an AT&T 4 GB DataPro with Tethering plan is required to use the Lapdock with your ATRIX 4G.)
The Lapdock has an 11.6-inch screen, full keyboard, large touchpad, stereo speakers, two USB ports (for connecting peripherals, such as a mouse), and a 36Wh three-cell battery that delivers up to 8 hours of battery life. Once you dock your ATRIX 4G, the webtop application opens, providing access to a full Firefox desktop browser while running Android phone apps in a separate window.
The Motorola ATRIX 4G is built around a 1 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM for the horsepower you need to keep pace with all aspects of your online life. And the dual-core processor also enables the ATRIX 4G to render graphics and games quickly. You'll be able to view social networking sites, as well as use HTML5 web-based applications and supported cloud computing services. And you'll also be able to send instant messages and make phone calls--all at the same time. Calls continue uninterrupted even if the ATRIX 4G is removed from the dock.
The Motorola Lapdock for the ATRIX 4G with 11.6-inch display
(see larger image).
Just slide your ATRIX 4G into the rear dock to bring up the webtop
application with desktop Firefox browser (see larger image).
Top Customer Reviews
It meets all of my needs and more. You don't need the 4G tethering plan to use Firefox. You can use wifi and when on the go, just use the browser app, within the mobile view. (I kept my unlimited data plan.) I have had mine for about a month now and still learning how to use it and new tricks. Since there is no users manual, as to all of the features, you will have to discover them by playing around with it, forums like this, trial and error. So here are the pros and cons I have discovered so far.
1) Netbook experience, but has limitations.
2) You have complete access of your phone's functions and apps within the mobile view.
3) If you have a word processing app on your phone, you can create/view and edit: PDF, excel, word documents and powerpoint presentations. (Even though there are no spell check for android any of the word processing apps, you can still use the spell check/word suggestion, from the on screen keyboard, while using the qwerty keyboard.) You have to right click on the mouse to get the dialog box and choose multi touch keyboard and then just minimize the on screen keyboard.
4) You can access the internet thru the mobile or webtop view. (Don't need a tethering plan.)
5) You can access all of your videos, pictures and documents in both mobile and webtop view.Read more ›
I use it for my daily commuting and it saves me time and it is headache free. For example, before it I need to worry and make sure that I have three devices working and charged: Phone, MiFi and Macbook Air (I have also used Netbooks in the past). Now charging is headache free and also I just realized that I have not formally charged my phone for last 3-4 days and it is still working. Making sure that my phone has a juice has always been an issue in life, especially ever since I started using its hotspot feature. Now my smartphone gets charged automatically during my one hour commute to NY city and back.
Before Atrix I used MiFi for two years and then tried Samsung Epic for few months. I would have to make sure that I have a charger or extra battery at work because phone's battery was around 40% when I reached office because of using its mobile Hotspot feature.
Taking calls is now fun. Actually, in general running Android applications is great, especially all media ones.
There are also other things which has completely won me over and I have no desire now ever to return to a Netbook world (at least run of the mills Netbooks though maybe Macbook Air, which was a nearly perfect device!). I hope the future docks would be less expensive. That is the only real negative I have against this thing.
It is an integrated experience and one needs to use it for 2-3 weeks to understand what it really means. This is the future.
I bought it with full intentions of returning it if the concept did not work out. I bought it from Radio Shack (Phone + Dock for $479.00)
1st and foremost. The Atrix is the most amazing Superphone out there with the Nvidia Tegra processor to handle the Android OS the way it was meant to be. The Tegra processor is amazing, no lag time, plays Hd video in WMN and MP4 flawlessly and the battery life when used correctly out does any other smartphone with a high Mhz processor. I had the Backlip and the Droid X, and the Atrix gets 2x the life than i did before.
As far as the laptop dock. as stated i think that $250 is a fair price for it.
Performance- Unfortantly the webtop application in its current form does not take full advantage of the Nvidia GPU, the interface is emulated, but it is snappy and quick. in Laptop dock it does have a full version of firefox and not google, mainly because the webtop ap is a lynix based merged with the android. I can browse with 3 tabs and not have lag issues on wi-fi. 3g it does lag simply because of the speed restrictions of wireless 3G.
As stated in the webtop Youtube videos do not play as smoothly as they do just in the phone, that is due to the problem that the webtop is not using the GPU like it could be. Im hoping that motorola fixes this. i can play 480p fine on a wi-fi and 720p is playable but does get choppy.
They did inclued the entertainment center and i can play a 1080p video in MP4 or WMV without a hickup. it doesnt show it in that, but i dont need to worry about down converting 1080p when i move it to the SD drive or a USB flash drive.
Accesories: Wonderful thing works with plug n play mice and keyboards and flashdrives, external harddrives.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Item arrived as described.Battery is draining even if it is off,nobody knows why...but anyway great product.Published 2 months ago by Dragan Hanjcl
I bought this with the express purpose of turning a single board computer (raspberry pi, odroid, minnowboard max, etc) into a laptop. It has worked wonders. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dave
Works great as a laptop for the raspberry pi (power, display, keyboard and mouse with a couple of not to hard to find adapters) or just as a hdmi display.Published 9 months ago by Scott Marino
This peripheral has significantly outlived its intended device. Using a few adapters Amazon also sells, I can now use a mouse, keyboard, larger display, and battery for everything... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Benjamin J. Garner
Works great with my Raspberry Pi 2. I previously tried a Lapdock 100 and had nothing but trouble. Stay away from the 100 and get the Atrix if you intend to use it with a Pi 2.Published 11 months ago by E. Lai