full review of the DROID RAZR also available for your perusal here on Android Community today. The accessories we've got our hands on include the HD Dock, P893 Universal Power Pack, Adapter for webtop, VGA Travel Adapter, and Vehicle Navigation dock. We'll take a brief look at each of these accessories and let you know if they're worth picking up when you pick up your DROID RAZR from Verizon - gotta catch em all!
Samsung Galaxy Nexus is coming this November and with those 3 dock connectors on the side we all had a pretty good idea some fancy docks were on their way too. Today they've showed up online at a few retailers as "official Samsung accessories" although sadly we don't get any pictures to do us justice or make us drool -- yet. I have a feeling some pretty awesome car and desktop multimedia docks are in the works from Samsung and Google.
HTC Rhyme is aiming to change that (even if it doesn't want to do so officially). the 3.7-inch Verizon smartphone arrived at my doorstep and I couldn't wait to slip right into its purple plum packaging. Even if you're not swayed by the feminine touches, this phone has some compelling accessories right out of the box that are definitely worth your attention.
Philips has shown off three new docking stations in the Fidelio family and all three of these are made specifically for the Android devices out there. The docking station line includes the AS111, AS351, and the AS851. The Android units are based on the same speaker systems as the range made for the iPhone and promises superior sound. The key to allowing the docking stations to work with all Android devices is a special micro USB connector on the dock.
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.
Newegg.com they are offering a few back to school deals and one happens to be the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer tablet that everyone loves and the keyboard dock both in a combo for only $499.
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]