Device(s): Samsung Galaxy S4, Moto Droid Bionic, Moto Original Droid
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I bought a Lapdock 100 not long after they came out last year. I used it some but found it less than ideal in terms of operation. It worked better after the Bionic ICS update, but was still no substitute for a laptop. I really wanted something that I could download photos to from a digital camera so that I didn't have to lug a 17" laptop along when traveling. My wife got me an Asus 700 tablet for my birthday. I've since added a keyboard dock and a 32 GB micro SD card. The dock also has a USB port and space for an SD card and easily allows me to save photos from either of my 2 digital cameras. Even after the ICS update the Laptop 100 simply doesn't compare with an Android tablet running JB.
If anybody wants the Lapdock 100 (includes everything it came with from the Verizon store), make me a fair offer and it's yours.
Side note and slightly off topic, but you can buy a set of short extension cables that will allow any of the lap docks to work with the other Webtop enabled phones.
These also work very well if your phone is in a case and won't fit on the dock.
Also, the lapdock models are now being snatched up by enthusiasts running the small Android and Linux computers.
Personally I've been using mine with an MK802+ and it is really quite remarkable how well the lapdocks integrate with these tiny computers with the use of only a couple of adapters.
I would almost swear that my bionic lapdock works BETTER when utilized in this manner, but I digress...
Last edited by stridermt2k; November 18th, 2012 at 04:42 AM.
The main use I get out of mine is for keeping kids occupied with Netflix or reading Kindle books. There was a time when I used it for creating and editing OfficeSuite docs. For all if these it works better than my Nexus 7.
When the Motorola Droid Bionic was first announced at CES 2011, it featured a 4.3-inch qHD display, NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz, and support for Verizon's 4G LTE high-speed network. After the handset was delayed, Motorola... Read More