Motorola Announces Lapdock 100, Going to AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint
Motorola has just launched the new Webtop called Motorola Lapdock 100, an universal laptop dock for all upcoming Webtop phones including the Atrix 2, Photon 4G and Droid Bionic. Lapdock 100 is a bit smaller and than the Atrix 4G’s axed lapdock. Webtop itself is a proprietary Motorola “computer mode” which Motorola’s smartphone can go into when they are connected to a TV or a Lapdock. Then, the phone turns into a mini Linux laptop with a full desktop browser etc. Some smartphones, like the BIONIC, will need an OTA software upgrade to use the new accessory. The 10-inch Lapdock 100 keeps the 10-inch screen and offered Android buttons from the previous docks. The Lapdock 100 sports a keyboard with dedicated Android keys, touchpad, multi-tasking and tabbed web-browsing via WiFi or your phone’s data plan. It also capable to utilize a full Firefox browser, Adobe Flash, Quick Office, Google Docs and a PC-esque File Manager.
Unfortunately, to accommodate every phone design, the Lapdock appears to be fatter than its predecessors. However, the Lapdock 100 only a bit over two pounds (lack than 1Kg) in weight and claimed to have five hours of battery life – also capable to recharge the phones if needed. And users can connect to the Internet via Wifi or cable tethering with their handset.
AT&T will be the first to sell the laptop on October 17th, other carriers with Webtop-enabled phones will follow later. Motorola hasn’t confirming about the price yet, but it’s expected that the Lapdock 100 will be lower than the previous dock which were priced at $500.
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