From Time, Techland
Technology experts have been saying for years—YEARS!—that our personal computers will one day be so small and powerful that we'll carry them around in our pockets. Motorola's Atrix 4G smartphone and laptop dock have gotten an early jump on that future.
The Android-based Atrix 4G phone is powerful in its own right—dual core processor, an entire gigabyte of RAM, 4-inch 960x540 screen—and that power is used to drive an entire laptop-sized interface with the addition of Motorola's $500 Lapdock ($300 if you buy it when you buy the phone).
It's a cool, albeit very, very expensive glimpse into a future where your smartphone is your main computer that you pop into various docking stations at home, in the car, and at the office.
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