The Motorola Droid Bionic is similar to the Atrix 4G, in that it has a Webtop application and a collection of accessories designed to help you be more productive on the go.
Webtop is an application, that when paired with one of the right accessories, will turn your phone into a laptop or into a hub for productivity.
In this mode, you can connect your Droid Bionic to an HDTV, Monitor or the Lapdock and use a full version of Firefox, allowing you to get work done without bringing your notebook with you.
For more on the Droid Bionic, check out our Droid Bionic review.
Webtop User Guide Videos
What is Webtop? – Learn what Webtop is, and how you can use it on your Bionic.
Webtop Accessories – This video will show you which accessories work with Webtop. You can get an adapter for $29.99, or purchase more advanced accessories for a higher price.
Webtop Basics – This video will show you how to get up and running with Webtop, and show you what you can do with Webtop.
How to Browse and Go with Webtop on the Bionic -This video shows off the ability to bring your open webpages from the Webtop experience to your Bionic when you undock.
How to Respond to Notifications in Webtop with the Droid Bionic – Learn how you can use your phone in Webtop to respond to notifications while docked.
How to Create bookmarks in Webtop – While browsing in Webtop mode, you can create bookmarks to your favorite applications, this video shows you how.
How to Dock While in a Call – If you’re on a call, but want to dock your phone, this video shows you the right way to do so.
Droid Bionic Webtop Accessories
These accessories will let you use your Droid Bionic like you see above.
- Lapdock – turn your phone into a laptop – $299.97
- HD Station – turn your Droid into an office with this adapter – 99.99
- Adapter for Webtop Application – Simple adapter, available for $29.99
With all this in mind, will you be purchasing one of these Webtop accessories?
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