Now you can get the Lapdock for the Motorola ATRIX 4G for $50
If I was still using my Motorola Atrix 4G, I’d be all over this deal. Apparently, the Motorola Lapdock that Motorola and AT&T designed to work seamlessly with the Atrix 4G is now on sale. You can get it for $50 after a $249.00 rebate. This isn’t a rebate card though, it appears that it’s an instant discount taken at checkout.
The folks over at Phone Arena spoke with an AT&T rep and found that the dock can be purchased by itself by anyone, Atrix owner or not. When the Atrix 4G was released, this dock cost $299.99 with the purchase of an Atrix 4G and $499.99 by itself. There is a big difference between $50 and $500. I would have bought one for sure for $50 back then.
Super thin MOTOROLA LAPDOCK™ with webtop app merges ATRIX capabilities with the convenience of a laptop. The webtop app launches automatically when your phone is docked to get all the ease of a sleek laptop computer and the capabilities of your phone in one smart package. Super thin so it travels easily. Full Firefox browser use with AT&T Mobile Broadband requires DataPro 4GB plan.
So, if you are still rocking the Motorola Atrix 4G and didn’t pay $300 for one earlier – grab one now!
Source: AT&T via Phone Arena
12/04/2011 at 8:53 am
This phone is, spec-wise at least, similar to Droid Bionic. Anyone know if the docks are compatible?
12/04/2011 at 12:21 pm
According to the Lapdock on Amazon, yes.
I guess you could grab one and if it doesn’t go, return it.
Compatible phones include Motorola ATRIX 2, PHOTON, and DROID BIONIC
12/05/2011 at 5:42 am
The original Lapdock for Atrix is not the Lapdock 100. Original Lapdock has the HDMI and USB connections rotated 180 degrees compared to current webtop enabled phones. The are not compatible with each other
12/04/2011 at 6:57 pm