Motorola Atrix lapdock now just $50 from AT&T

December 5, 2011
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First shown off back at last years CES many were extremely excited about the Motorola Atrix and its lapdock accessory, and with good reason. While the price eventually was quite expensive and the device didn't ship probably as much as many had hoped today we have good news. The AT&T Motorola Atrix Lapdock accessory can now be yours for just $50 dollars, down from current retail price of $299 -- more details below.

The Motorola Atrix and the accessory lapdock are both awesome devices and here's our full review of both. The lapdock was a fool-proof idea that made your dual-core Tegra 2 powered Atrix into a full out laptop and even had its own built in battery. We all know plenty about this and it was sadly priced way to high. Now with the new Lapdocks available that are universal to all Motorola phones it appears AT&T is cutting their losses and have dropped it to a pretty impressive price.

For those still rocking the original Atrix this would be an exceptionally good time to pickup the Lapdock while it's only $50. If the accessory was priced around $50 or even $99 when first launched I'd imagine it would have been a lot more successful, either way feel free to try it now if the price was a bit steep for you before. These original docks only worked with their specific smartphone so most likely only Atrix users can take advantage here but I'd be sure and look into it if you happen to own a Bionic or the Photon 4G just in case you can get it working.

They probably wont last long at this price so if you're interested in the original Atrix lapdock head down to the via link below and secure your own today for just $50 from AT&T.

[via AT&T]


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  • Greeber

    Shows as $99.99 via the link you have to the AT&T site.

    • http://www.androidcommunity.com Cory Gunther

      LAME! it was $50 all morning…

      bait and switch ATT? hmmm

  • Kmom

    I ordered one for my son on 12/05 at the 50.00 price and the order processed. Received e-mail today saying they cancelled the order and are out of product. Refurbished on AT and T website is 75.00. Called and they are going to have a manager call me back. They do not know when. This was a Christmas present so I guess I’m sol. 

  • Kmom

    I ordered one for my son on 12/05 at the 50.00 price and the order processed. Received e-mail today saying they cancelled the order and are out of product. Refurbished on AT and T website is 75.00. Called and they are going to have a manager call me back. They do not know when. This was a Christmas present so I guess I’m sol. 

  • Kmom

    I ordered one for my son on 12/05 at the 50.00 price and the order processed. Received e-mail today saying they cancelled the order and are out of product. Refurbished on AT and T website is 75.00. Called and they are going to have a manager call me back. They do not know when. This was a Christmas present so I guess I’m sol. 

  • http://www.motoask.com Motorola Atrix

    The Firefox browser will be fully functional on WiFi regardless of
    tethering plan. Firefox on the webtop will not work on 3G/4G unless you
    have the tethering plan (although the Android version of Firefox will).
    Supposedly there are tricks to tether without the plan which may or may
    not enable the browser on 3G/4G, but AT&T is getting savvy to those,
    so it’s probably not a good idea.

  • Rod P.

    I am very interested in the Atrix lapdock but I cannot understand the $15 per month for “Tethering”.  I am already paying for unlimited data and it is like being connected to an external monitor and keyboard.  So, why the additional $180 per year?