The Motorola Atrix 4G is now available for your buying pleasure. The HSPA+ handset can be purchased from AT&T for a cool $199 with a two-year customer agreement or for $499 without a contract. You can save yourself $50 on the price of this handset by pointing your browser to Amazon or trekking down to your local Radio Shack. Both Amazon and Radio Shack are selling the Atrix 4G with a quick ship time for $149 with a two-year customer agreement. If you are really looking to save some dough, then head over to Wal-Mart where the Atrix 4G is available for a mere $129 if you activate an account before Thursday.
The Atrix 4G also includes a docking station that lets you use the handset as a semi-functional laptop. The dock lets you connect a keyboard and larger screen to the handset. When attached to the dock, you can browse the web, check email, and perform other basic functions using the keyboard interface. The dock will retail for a whopping $499 when sold alone, but you can scoop up a phone and a dock for $499 with a two-year customer contract.
Besides its nifty dock, the Atrix 4G also includes a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM, 4.0-inch qHD capacitive touchscreen, five-megapixel rear-facing camera, VGA front-facing camera. For the security-minded folks, the Atrix 4G also includes a fingerprint scanner on the backside of the handset. Now that it is available, the Atrix 4G leads the pack for Android handsets on AT&T.