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6.0
Engadget Feb 14, 2011

We wanted to love this dock, but at the price Motorola is asking and for the small amount of utility it actually provides, it seems clear to us that your money would be better spent on a tablet or decent netbook.

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8.0
CNET Feb 9, 2011

So, who is this laptop dock for? It's unclear right now, but probably no one you know. It's undoubtedly fascinating technology and an eye-catching demonstration, but app support, a faster browsing experience, and a more competitive price are where phone/laptop hybrids need to go next.

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7.0
PC Mag Aug 8, 2011

Here's where it gets complicated: AT&T has basically killed the Atrix's laptop dock with its pricing. The dock will cost you at least another $500 no matter what you do.

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6.0
SlashGear Feb 20, 2011

Hopefully some further software optimization will give Webtop a speed boost in the coming months, since right now it’s an expensive and limited alternative to a netbook.

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6.0
Phone Scoop Feb 25, 2011

Overall, the hardware is OK, but not great. For a $500 accessory (yeah, I know, ridiculous, right?), it feels a bit too cheaply made. However, it does what it advertises -- it gives the Atrix 4G access to a bigger display, charging station, and full keyboard.

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6.0
Android Central Mar 17, 2011

The hardware is done right, the premise is great on paper, but the Webtop application just isn't there yet. I can envision a great future for this, and if you have geek juice instead of human blood in your veins it's really fun to explore and play with it.

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5.0
phoneArena Mar 2, 2011

The Laptop Dock's biggest drawback seems to be its very steep price. We really can't swallow $300, if purchased bundled, let alone the $500 price tag if bought separately, for a larger screen with a keyboard and two USBs.

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7.0
Digital Trends Mar 16, 2011

Paying $300 for a fake laptop (plus a $20-a-month tethering plan) seems like a lot for what it is. After all, you can get a decent netbook for $300 that doesn’t require a phone connected to it.

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8.0
MobileBurn Feb 9, 2011

It's expensive, but the laptop dock is freakin' sweet. Simply pop the ATRIX 4G into its holster on the back of the netbook-sized device and the notebook will boot in about 3-4 seconds.

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