The ATRIX has hardware specs out the whatsit, with a one gighertz dual-core NVIDA Tegra 2 processor, a gig of RAM, a four-inch 960×540 qHD display, front- and rear-facing (5MP) cameras and the ability to record in 720p. It offers up to 48GB of storage (16GB internal and optional 32GB MicroSD card), 802.11n support, a 1930 mAh battery, two microphones for noise-reduction and a biometric reader for unlocking your phone at the touch of a fingerprint.
The ATRIX’s party trick is, of course, its accessories. Both of the docks, the Lapdock and the HD Multimedia Dock, essentially amplify the phone’s capabilities through the Motorola webtop application.
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The Lapdock provides an 11.6-inch screen, full keyboard, stereo speakers, and a battery that delivers up to eight hours of extra running time. In developing markets the Lapdock will cost between US$280 and $350, which starts to sound like the cost of a decent netbook.
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