How To Use Motorola’s Lapdock And Motorola ATRIX Smartphone Together

How To Use Motorola’s Lapdock And Motorola ATRIX Smartphone Together
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You don’t have to compromise between a phone and a computer with the Motorola ATRIX. Thanks to an optional Lapdock, you can get PC convenience by turning your smartphone into a laptop for the ultimate all-in-one gadget.

When you connect the Motorola ATRIX to the Lapdock, it mirrors your phone’s display on the laptop screen and automatically launches Webtop, which gives consumers the ability to use the full version of Mozilla’s Firefox browser with Adobe Flash Player 10.1 –- perfect for surfing the web while out and about. The Lapdock also has a full keyboard, trackpad, stereo speakers, delivers up to eight hours of battery life, and it all weighs just 1.1kg.

The Motorola ATRIX and Lapdock combination gives you all the portability of a phone, with the power of a PC. It’s a great way to listen to music and watch videos on the go, get instant access to the web, and you can even make and take calls on it. Just make sure you keep an eye on your data, because it’ll be hard to resist streaming a few videos on the LapDock’s gorgeous 1366×768 resolution screen. Hit up Motorola’s website for all the details at motorola.com.au.