Like the old Atrix that got its Multimedia Laptop Dock, so did the ATRIX 2. Motorola released the LapDock 100 that will transform the ATRIX 2 as well as the PHOTON 4G into a working Netbook. It is compatible with both smartphone because they come with the Webtop application pre-installed on them.
The LapDock 100 features a 10.1-inch LCD display with a 1366×768 pixel resolution, it comes with two USB ports for expansion, it comes with full FireFox browser, Adobe Flash, PC-like File manager, and and allows users to print documents through the integrated MOTOPRINT application and it also allows multitasking. It has a full-sized keyboard and two-finger scroll pad for easy typing and control, it weighs only 2.2lbs so it shouldn’t be a hassle to travel with and according to Motorola, the LapDock will also work with future Motorola webtop-enabled devices.
It is presently available from Verizon Wireless, Sprint and AT&T but no pricing information has been found on the new Motorola LapDock 100.