- Size (LWH): 6.28 inches, 3.37 inches, 12.95 inches
- Weight: 1 pounds
Motorola Entertainment Center/Webtop Access Kit for Motorola ATRIX 4G (Motorola Retail Packaging)
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- HD Multimedia Dock. Dock your device and have access to the webtop applications.
- Wireless Keyboard. Enjoy a thin, full-sized keyboard designed specifically to enhance your productivity.
- Wireless Mouse. Keep tangle-free with the Bluetooth wireless mouse. ;Remote Control.
- 18W Wall Charger. Charge your phone directly or through the HD Multimedia Dock using the included rapid rate power supply.
- Connect the HDMI cable to the dock with other USB accessories and use your device as if it?s a PC.
- To browse and launch web apps or access your files stored in the cloud.
- Quickly access Android apps with shortcut keys. Phone must support Bluetooth HID profile to use this application.
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Empower your day with the Entertainment Center/Webtop Access Kit compatible with Motorola Atrix 4G. With a suite of smart accessories and the unique webtop application, you now have the freedom to access and manage your files, photos, emails, and the web on a larger screen with full keyboard, virtually anywhere you go. Work smarter, communicate faster and browse like never before. Retail package includes: HD Multimedia Dock, Wireless Keyboard (2 AA Batteries), Wireless Mouse (Battery Included), Remote Control (Battery Included), 18W Wall Charger, Quickstarts for all components. Please note that the kit (specifically the dock) is not compatible with Atrix 2.
Let the Motorola Atrix 4G ecosystem redefine the line between your laptop and your smartphone. With a suite of smart accessories and the unique webtop application, you now have the freedom to access and manage your files, photos, emails and the web on a larger screen with a full keyboard, virtually anywhere you go. The Motorola Atrix 4G is the first smartphone with dual-core processing and webtop, an application that mobilizes your desktop. And with compatible accessories designed to get the most out of the Atrix 4G, you will learn just how brilliant a smartphone can be.
Expand your mobile experience even further with this HD Multimedia Dock Bundle for the Motorola Atrix 4G. Empower your day with the HD Dock Bundle for Motorola Atrix 4G. Work smarter, communicate faster and browse like never before. Includes an HD Multimedia Dock, Wireless Keyboard, Wireless Mouse, Remote Control, and an 18W Wall Charger.
Accessories that Make a Smartphone Brilliant
Motorola Atrix 4G accessories redefine just how smart a smartphone can be. (Accessories each sold separately.)
Standard Dock--The Standard Dock charges your Atrix 4G as well as giving you a comfortable viewing angle for watching video or viewing photos and documents while it charges. Plus, when you dock your Motorola Atrix 4G, the phone remembers your preferences for a customized experience. Customize your device so your favorite features are always accessible.
HD Multimedia Dock--With a Standard HDMI port and room for up to three USB devices, the HD Multimedia Dock for Motorola Atrix 4G is the definition of versatility. Add a keyboard and the webtop application to the mix, and you'll be able to work or play on a large screen--the way you like it.
Car Mount--Use the Vehicle Dock for Motorola Atrix 4G for a driver-friendly interface and voice-enabled search and dial. Get real-time traffic information and full turn-by-turn navigation from Google Maps Navigation (beta). You can even connect to your car stereo safely, in a snap.
Top Customer Reviews
Everything works great, the BT mouse/keyboard (with shortcut keys) works perfectly. The IR remote even works when the phone is docked.
My droid 4 is on ICS and I had to modify the dock to allow my droid to fit since the atrix has backwards ports.
This does work so long as you are willing to either modify the dock (flipping the ports around) or using lapdock extension cables.
UPDATE: added video, Im loving this thing still BTW ...Still no performance lag, The more I use it the more I like it! The video is on my blog add a dot com to the end of my reviewer screen name at the top and click on "videos"
The keyboard is very nice. The feel is good for a compact keyboard. I like the proprietary buttons like "back" and whatever you call the little four squares options button. Sound buttons are a nice touch. Pairs and connects easily. As you would expect, keyboard can be turned off.
Mouse is also nice, also pairs and connects easily and turns off. Both the mouse and keyboard go to sleep for battery conservation.
The remote is another story. It feels cheap. Mine shipped with a watch battery installed, which lost power after two days. This is a shame because I discovered that the remote was terrific with Kindle app. I'll try replacing the battery, and if the performance is good, I'll update this review.
Dock sits at a decent angle. I like the clock widget. I've read reviews complaining that there aren't any other widgets for the phone when docked. I can't imagine what other widgets would be useful or appropriate. And I have discovered that the display can be shut off in the dock just as you would shut off the display in your pocket--via the power/fingerprint button. I agree that it isn't desirable to have the phone display on all the time.
The dock itself is well constructed. There are USB ports available. I assume this feature is for adding things like cameras and printers. I have not explored this possibility at all.
In summation, I like what Motorola has done here. The multimedia package is impressive. What AT&T has done to package is an entirely different story.
AT&T has restricted some webtop functions to wi-fi only operation unless you have a qualifying data plan. This disables the full Firefox browser without a wi-fi connection. This policy is blatently unfair. I pay for the data I use, however much I use. Unlimited data plans are not available with the Atrix. Trust. I went down that road. I have read that the "qualifying" data plan is tethering. The webtop doesn't fit any definition of tethering. It offers an alternative display. Period. I intend to investigate this travesty, and I will update this review with the outcome--hopefully I've been given misinformation and AT&T isn't scraping the bottom of this particular barrel.
This item gets my recommendation even with the alleged AT&T restrictions.
The Atrix 4G was working fine on AT&T pre-paid with data, but a few months ago I purchased a StraightTalk SIM ($15) and signed up for the unlimited voice and data ($45 per month) and it has worked very well, I mention this as it maybe a factor in why I didn't have much success with this equipment.
I configured everything, paired the keyboard and mouse, connected the Atrix up to TV via HDMI, the Atrix detects this and offer only one option, to display media content on my TV, movies, photos etc.
I select this option, and it works, with the following caveats.
1) Only the keyboard worked as a controller
2) Neither the mouse or the IR controller did any thing
3) I checked that the IR controller was working using another smartphone video camera function, you can use this technique to check and "see" the infra-red light, flashes white when working, IR controller was transmitting
Not ideal, and from researching, I believe I should have had a second option offered up, the option to browse the web, display apps etc on the TV, this option was not there at all on my Atrix 4G, even though I have Webtop on it. I thought this might be down to some funky thing AT&T have done, I read that most of it will only work on a WiFi connection, so I disabled the cell phone data and tried just using WiFi, still no luck.
So, for me it didn't work fully, it maybe down to some sort of firmware lock down that prevents the full version of Webtop running if it doesn't have an AT&T SIM to reference against, I know AT&T put some restrictions in place for tethering and the such like. Plenty of people seem to have no issues with this using this when keeping everything within the AT&T ecosystem, but I offer this up as a cautionary note for people who maybe considering using this with a non AT&T equipment/contracts, of course, I may have had a faulty mouse/IR controller, base station or something.