Motorola Droid Bionic Lapdock Teadown: Completely disassembled
Cracking open the Motorola Droid Bionic Lapdock was a relatively straightforward process. All the screws could be removed with a standard Phillips #00 screwdriver and the internal components were easily accessible. Unfortunately, the battery, keyboard, and trackpad are all permanently attached to the Lapdock's outer case.
Provided you could get replacement parts, repairing a broken Lapdock shouldn't be difficult for anyone with experience fixing laptops.
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