Motorola Droid Bionic Lapdock Teadown
In September 2011, Verizon added a fourth device to its growing lineup of 4G LTE smartphones--the Motorola Droid Bionic. Like the Motorola Atrix, released in April, the Bionic support the Motorola Lapdock accessory.
The Lapdock is basically a large docking station complete with keyboard, LCD screen, and trackpad. It's nearly identical to the Atrix Lapdock, but the two are not compatible as they have docking connectors designed specifically for each phone.
After cracking open the Bionic, I was interested to examine the hardware inside the Lapdock. From the outside, it looks like and ultrathin laptop. Would the internal hardware, also be similar to a laptop's? Find out, as I crack open the Motorola Droid Bionic Lapdock.
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