This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for, the moment when smartphones are beginning to replace laptop computers. The newly unveiled Motorola LAPDOCK 100 connects to select Moto smartphones effectively turning them into laptops.
To be fair, we’ve already seen something similar in the past with Celio REDFLY products, which worked with Windows Mobile devices, providing users with big screen and big keyboard. This time, however, we’re talking about an Android-based solution and we’re hoping other handset manufacturers and/or third-party accessory makers will release more of such “docks” that sing along an array of smartphones.
The Motorola LAPDOCK 100 weighs 2.2lbs (less than 1Kg) and works with the Motorola ATRIX 2, PHOTON 4G, DROID BIONIC by Motorola, and will also be compatible with future Motorola webtop-enabled devices. It will be available online at AT&T on October 17th, and at Verizon Wireless and Sprint later this quarter. Love it!
Now Samsung can you please release a similar product for the Galaxy S II?