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Lapdock 500 goes through the FCC, its pre-launch gutting ritual shown off to the public

Brad Molen
November 10, 2011
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If you've loved the idea of using a lapdock but you've held off because the existing models are either too Atrix-y (proprietary) or just plain ugly (lapdock 100, we're looking at you), there's a good chance you've been closely following the developments on the lapdock 500. The Webtop-enabled device just waltzed through the FCC complete with imagery, and not just in crude drawings: we're talking outside and inside shots here. Originally shown off at Motorola's Droid RAZR reveal, the latest addition to the laptop dock family comes with the most features of them all -- it's laden with a sizable 14-inch display, ethernet and VGA sockets, SD card slot, 3.5mm headphone jack, front-facing camera and 6-row keyboard. Sounds great, but how's the Webtop on it? Guess we're going to find out sooner rather than later. Browse the gallery below to get your visual fix.

Gallery: LapDock 500 in the FCC | 12 Photos


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