So we’re at Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, just minding our own business at one of the greener looking booths in the entire place, the NVIDIA booth, and what do we see? It’s an ATRIX 4G, and it’s attached to one of those lovely Laptop Docks. What do you know?! And there’s a fellow walking around just ready and rarin to go, with all the knowledge we needed for him to have to make a lovely video on the subject. Thusly we asked him if he had a minute to do such a video, and what do you know? He said yes. So let’s have a look, shall we?

What you’re about to witness is no less than a professional NVIDIA man showing us the official Laptop Dock for the brand spanking new Motorola ATRIX 4G. This demo has the interesting perspective of an NVIDIA man instead of a Motorola man (a Motorola man meaning the one we had demo for us the HD dock you’ll see at the end of this video.) Here we get a perspective on the laptop dock specifically, with again a nutshelled look at the phone itself. Discover the usefulness of having a laptop situation with your superphone, and see if it’s worth the $300 – $600 to you.

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And after you’ve had a peek, head back to the rest of the coverage we’ve got on this subject, the first item being a review of the very dock we’re talking about here: Motorola ATRIX 4G Laptop Dock Review. Next have a peek at the other side of the equation with a Motorola ATRIX 4G HD Dock Demo and a full review of the thing as well: Motorola ATRIX 4G HD Dock Review. Finish off that magical triad with a big fat full review of the whole shebang: Full Motorola ATRIX 4G Review. It doesn’t stop there then of course, the full experience continues with an ATRIX 4G Full System Dump Here and Now and a super effective Morotola ATRIX 4G Hands On and Unboxing. All you’ll ever need!

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  1. i read about this on .. atrix forum given me much more information about this or then i am reading ere its also very usefull I would put something like a buttress off the main screen of the laptop side, to dock the phone there: you could have news ticker or new email notifications coming in on the phone screen while you work on the main screen. Another idea: now that Windows will work on the ARM, do a Windows version too! Thanks For see my opinion ..

  2. That’s not a solution. The iPad is not a Cell Phone. I think this docking option has some potential. Maybe not always in a laptop form but even something where you could take your iOS, Android, or some other mobile OS and dock it into a larger screen tablet could be an interesting idea.

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    For example if I could take my iPhone and dock it into a larger screen and make it a tablet that could be kind of cool. After all the iPad is essentially the same as it’s iPhone and iPod touch siblings aside from the screen right? Same goes for Android phones and Android tablets. It could adapt to change for the larger screen and save people from having multiple devices possibly.


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