Motorola DROID Bionic Laptop Dock Priced at $299

Uh oh, I don't know about you guys but I still feel this is way to expensive if it turns out to be accurate. Sources are now coming forward claiming the Motorola Droid Bionic laptop webdock will be priced at $299.97 come launch. I feel this is a bit expensive especially when the phone will also be priced at $299. When the Atrix Dock was announced at $499 and even discounted to $350 bundled with the phone it was still too high and users were hoping for something better this time around.

Amazon leaks Droid Bionic with dock listings

Yep, that there is the Droid Bionic that we have talked about and lusted after for a while now. Yesterday we talked about the photoshopped page that was floating around showing the Bionic, but these are pics of the real deal. They come our way thanks to someone at Amazon that added some docks to the product listings on the site.

Samsung disowns Anymode Galaxy Tab Smart Case, gets product pulled

Samsung has had the Anymode Smart Case for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 pulled from the accessory retailer's site, insisting that the product was not, in fact, granted "Designed for Samsung Mobile" certification. According to Samsung - which was roundly criticized after design similarities between the Anymode case and Apple's Smart Covers for the iPad 2 were noted - Anymode did not go through the official process of having the accessory approved before listing it. "As a general practice, Samsung Electronics reviews and approves all accessories produced by partners before they are given the "Designed for Samsung Mobile" mark" the company insists. "In this case, approval was not given to Anymode for the accessory to feature this official designation." Apple's own design inspiration for the Smart Covers has come under fire in previous months, over similarities between the official accessory and the InCase Magazine Jacket released for the first-gen iPad. Neither the Anymode nor the InCase versions can control the tablets' standby feature, however, unlike Apple's official Smart Cover. "We are working with Anymode to address this oversight and the product has already been removed from the Anymode sales website" Samsung concludes, pointing out that "the product has not been sold." [via SlashGear]

Verizon ThunderBolt wireless charging battery cover finally hits stores

When it comes to charging your gadgets it can be a massive pain in the rear to have to dig around for cables to lug your device in. This is especially true if you charge at a desk or table where the charge cable tends to get knocked behind the desk leaving you to crawl around looking for your cord. There are a bunch of wireless charging solutions on the market that support different types of tech.

Samsung unveils long list of premium accessories for Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung has announced a full line of premium accessories for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. The accessories include a number of offerings that will help the user to charge and use the tablet on the road and at home. The docking solutions include a multi-media dock that docks the tablet in landscape view, allows for charging of the Tab 10.1, and has a 3.5mm stereo line out port and more. The dock also has HDMI pass through allowing the users to connect the docked tablet to the available HDMI adapter.

HTC Flyer Desktop Dock hits Best Buy pre-order

The official HTC Flyer Desktop Dock has shown up for pre-order at Best Buy, with availability expected in 1-2 weeks. Supporting the 7-inch Flyer in portrait orientation, the dock errs on the simple side when it comes to connectivity. On the back there's apparently a single USB connector that will work with either an AC adapter to charge the Flyer, a USB sync cable to hook it up to your PC or Mac, or an MHL HDMI adapter to output the tablet's display to a TV or projector. Unfortunately you don't get a native HDMI port, which seems something of a missed opportunity, and there's no mention of even a 3.5mm audio output for using the dock as a media player station. In fact, your $49.99 basically gets you a more straightforward way to prop up your Flyer and recharge it, and HTC doesn't even include a USB cable or AC adapter from the sound of things. The seemingly illuminated button ring on the back is something of a mystery, but we're guessing it's a charge indicator. [via Pocketables]

New line of Droidax accessories debuts

A new line of accessories for some Android smartphones has debuted under the Droidax brand. The company offers accessories for Samsung, HTC, Sony, and LG Android devices to start with and gives free shipping on orders over $20. The initial products are screen protectors and anti-glare films. The company also has a line of cases and batteries as well.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 accessories for Europe get priced, some available now

One of the things that people didn’t like that well about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 when we did our review of the Limited Edition Google I/O version was that the machine lacked any connectivity. It turns out that the connectivity and accessories for the tablet will use the Samsung docking port on the tablet just as the iPad accessories do. A bunch of the accessories for the tablet have now surfaced on the German Samsung page and have been priced as well with some available now.
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