- Size (LWH): 14.17 inches, 1.7 inches, 12.63 inches
- Weight: 2 pounds
Motorola Lapdock 500 Pro for Motorola Smartphones - Charger - Retail Packaging - Silver
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- A 14-Inch HD display, full size keyboard and two-finger scroll make it a whole lot easier to browse, edit, and text. Video conference via the built-in webcam. Connect to a VGA-enabled projector and view on a big screen.
- Take calls, watch videos and use your Android apps all at the same time with Motorola's webtop application. Just dock to launch this multi-window feature with a full Firefox browser and Adobe Flash Player for a complete web-browsing experience.
- Lapdock 500 Pro uses your phone's data connectivity to get online. Save on your data plan and increase your download speed; just connect via wi-fi or integrated fast ethernet. Then use the SD card reader to save or recall all that great stuff you're doing.
- Your phone's brain powers the lapdock while the lapdock charges your phone. Fully unplugged, the lapdock stays charged and keeps charging your phone for up to 7 hours. Lapdock 500 Pro is under 3.5 lbs., lighter than comparable laptops.
- Motorola retail packaging includes: Lapdock 500 Pro, 30W Wall Charger, and Quick Start Guide
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Motorola Lapdock 500 Pro has everything you need to be more productive. It is equipped with a 14 inch screen, full-size keyboard, and two-finger scrolling on the touchpad. The Pro 500 includes a 7-hour battery that can charge the smartphone that is docked in it and an integrated webcam for video chats. It also has multitasking capabilities that allow you to take calls, texts, send long emails, edit documents, and browse the Web at the same time. It is currently compatible with Motorola RAZR, RAZR MAXX, and DROID 4 and will be compatible with future Motorola webtop-enabled smartphones.
- Weight: 3.4 pounds
- 14 inch, high resolution 1366x768 screen
- 7-hour battery life
- Full desktop-class browser
- Two-finger scrolling for easy navigation
- Ethernet connection with speeds up to 100 megabits per second
- Create and edit documents with GoogleDocs and QuickOffice
- VGA output connects to projector or monitor
- Built-in webcam
- Stereo Speakers
- 2 USB ports
- SD card reader
- PC-like file manager makes it convenient to view, copy, paste, move, or delete files on your smartphone, SD card or external drive
- Wireless printing
Productivity On The Go
Lapdock 500 Pro is designed for mobility. It is lighter than most laptops that have as large a screen, and it easily fits in a briefcase or backpack. Use it at home, in the office, at your favorite coffee shop, at the airport, or hotel while traveling. With the integrated webcam, you can attend virtual meetings and video conferences with colleagues or friends. Lapdock 500 Pro also includes an SD card reader and two USB ports to make transferring content easier.
Top Customer Reviews
First lets establish what the LapDock 500 Pro isn't. It isnt a laptop or netbook computer nor a replacement for one. What it is is an accessory that allows you to utilize your phones data plan to view the internet on a large screen device with out using 'tethering' either through a legal plan or a illegal tethering activity. The LapDock 500 Pro presents the user two active viewing screens. One screen displays your phones home page(s) and the other screen views applications from the webtop. The phone view screen allows you to fully function any aspect of your phone while using the webtop screen is being also used. The webtop screen view can have multiple webtop applications open as well as multiple broswer windows open. Each of the two view windows can be expanded to over lap the other or totally enlarged to cover the entire 14" LapDock, 500 Pro screen. The LapDock 500 Pro has an internal 7 hour battery, two USB ports, a VGA out port and a RJ-45 network port to connect to a wired network. The LapDock 500 Pro can also connect to the Verizon network through 3G or 4G or any open wifi network. Utilizing the 4G Verizon network gives you a hard wired network speed experience, next best speed experience would be a wired network using the RJ-45 connector then a wifi network connection and lastly the 3G Verizon wireless network connection (which putting it bluntly sucks). The LapDock 500 Pro can be used to connect to web based storage sites for file access outside of the memory internally to the phone or an included mico SD card in the phone.Read more ›
Thought the screen is physical larger, the resolution is the same at 1366x768, I found the fonts are not rendered nearly as well on the 500 as they are on the 100 and therefore making the 500 less readable.
The mouse pad and keyboard size on the 500 is nicer that the 100; however, the left/right buttons are harder to press and must be pressed toward the center (non-functional toward the outside).
The quality of the VGA out is limited. In my case, I really did not have the need for the VGA out, camera, or ethernet and I can get by without the SD reader, so the only plus' of having the Lapdock 500 is the extend battery life, keyboard size, and screen size.
The method of holding the Droid RAZR was awkward at best. It really does not appear that it was engineered for the Droid RAZR, but rather for the Bionic or Atrix. At least with the 100 I can set the phone on the shelf behind the monitor without it dangling.
If Motorola can improve the display and put the Lapdock in to an Ultrabook or Airbook form factor (especially considering the Lapdock has very few internal components when compared to either of these) then Motorola may have a winner.
Until then, the Lapdock 500 Pro goes back today and I am returning to my Lapdock 100.
Q) What is the best way to describe "what" the Lapdock does?
A) The Lapdock is merely an extension to your Phone with a bigger keyboard and screen. Once docked your phone is essentially the same but it's easier to use for non-phone tasks.
Q) How does the internet work on the Lapdock?
A) If you're connected via a cat5 connection or via a wireless connection it will use those connections first. However, if you're not connected to either of those it will go off your phone's wireless data connection from the provider. This connection does NOT count as tethering.
Q) How responsive is your phone while using the Lapdock?
A) Equally as responsive as your phone when you're not using a lapdock. As I said, the lapdock merely becomes an extention to your phone.
Q) The description says 7Hours battery life. How long do you really get?
A) It varies based on usage. But from my experience I've seen anywhere between 7 to 12hours battery life from my Lapdock.
Q) Why not just get another computer and use that?
A) Computers are fairly heavy and it's much to easy to get distracted on full computer compared to a lapdock.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little flaky. Does not always charge my phone and seems to make it run slow.Published 2 months ago by Ted Wallerstedt
great product, the one i receive didn't charge so i have to return it, waiting for a deal to get one!Published 18 months ago by saul c.
A little slow to respond, but better than pounding out keys on a cell phone.Published 20 months ago by Pitsy
Excellent price, fast delivery, rugged and looks great! Night and day between it and the 100. Droid Bionic works fine with it. No issues so far.Published 21 months ago by Aaron K. Davis
The unit has met all my expectations, and then some.
Works flawlessly after all the software upgrades with my Bionic. Read more
I was led to believe the lapdock would work with my Droid Razr Maxx HD. It did not work. It looks like a good device though, so if you have the right phone that will work with it,... Read morePublished on May 8, 2014 by Roger Grayson