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Old January 9th, 2012, 06:45 PM   #51 (permalink)
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That's the same message I got when I connected the Photon to the Droid Bionic lapdock. If will get that message with the Lapdock 500 because the Photon has yet to receive its update that will make all the features compatible with the Photon. Word has it that an update is coming. But I can't tell you how soon though.

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Just got the Lapdock 500 to use with my RAZR - very nice, but there are features available that go beyond what the phone itself offers and there is no manual in the box or online. I called Motorola and got nothing but the tiny five page booklet on how to make all to the necessary connections. Nowhere does it mention that a standard laser mose works with the Lapdock but it does. I put a 32GB card in the Lapdock, but am having trouble addressing it. Is there any source of info for those of us without a day to figure this thing out?
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Good question.

I would have suggested to check out the Motorola forums but they recently changed their format and its so freaking confusing to find anything over there.

I haven't been in there recently, but if I see something, I'll post it here.

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Hi all, just got my Lapdock 500 as a way to Skype when I'm on the road. When I launch the app Skype continues to use my Razr's speaker rather than the lapdock. Does anyone know of a way to switch that?
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Hello, I am new to this forum but I feel the need to give a review of the Lapdock 500 Pro by Motorola.

Overall its a great device.

The screen is great for video watching. I am currently watching Netflix as we speak. Only problem with Netflix is you can't watch it in full screen mode it keeps giving me an error saying that It can't connect to Netflix servers. Now this does not mean you can't watch it on a large scale.
You have to launch Netflix from your Mobile View. So what you can do is hit the maximize window in the top right corner that will give you a large enough view (about 85% of full screen). The problem is if you then hit the full screen button in the bottom thats when you get the error. The only major difference is the white bar across the top of the screen(which is what shows you the apps that are open on your phone) the top and bottom of the mobile view window and the notification bar. Overall great experience.

The Firefox browser is great I have no real complaints. If you have a browser app like Dolphin on your phone you can still use in but I recommend changing it to Desktop view otherwise it will appear blown up and hard to scroll. Also I had never used or even knew what two finger scrolling was but I love it and it works pretty well on the lapdock

The keyboard is above average. The only problem that I see is the board pushes in a little when typing. Nothing that would cause any problems while typing but an observation none the less. But you never feel that its not a keyboard.

Remember if you put a SD card in, that anytime you remove it you should unmount it first or you will keep getting an error message on your phone when you disconnect it from the dock.

The track pad is not as bad as some people make it seem. the only real down side is that the far left, left click and far right, right click are not responsive and sort of feel like they are not attached to anything. If you are used to hitting the very edge of the right or left click buttons you will need learn to adjust. I just tap the actual track pad ,instead of right clicking.

Overall like I said this is the best thing that could have happpened to a cell phone. Any questions let me know I will test almost anything out if I can.
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Ok, here are my questions...
1-Have you tried connecting the Lapdock 500 to an external monitor? Curious to know how that looks on a bigger screen.
2-Have you tried connecting other usb devices to it, since it has two usb ports?
3-Does the keyboard have any other additional keys?
4-Pics if possible.

Although, Moto is planning on giving the Photon a update that will make it more compatible with the 500, until then, one may get minor error messages here and there.

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I'm wondering if the VGA out supports an extended screen (Show an application on lapdock screen and Firefox on the second (VGA out) screen) or does it only mirror what is on the lapdock display?

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3842041[/URL]]I'm wondering if the VGA out supports an extended screen (Show an application on lapdock screen and Firefox on the second (VGA out) screen) or does it only mirror what is on the lapdock display?

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I was at the VZW Store today grabbing a new sim card for my XOOM and I noticed they had the Lapdock500 finally (I had almost given up it ever coming to market!) so I bought it. I am actually typing on it right now.

The thing is great. I haven't had time to test many features yet, but today I will test what you're asking about. I'll hop in my board room and hook it up to the projector, then see what happens. I'm guessing it will just mirror my screen, but we'll see.

Here's one thing that I can't figure out. How in the hell are people are making use of that dock/tray thing that is supposed to hold the phone? The stupid cord is so long that it just bunches up and makes it almost impossible to insert it as shown in the "instruction booklet". Right now I just have the phone sitting on my desktop, but that isn't going to work for when I'm sitting at the airport trying to use this on my lap. I'd love to see/hear how others are doing that.

I'll post more feelings about it after I spend some time with it. So far I am impressed. It is much better than the lapdock that I had for my Bionic (although the "dock" for the Bionic was far superior to this stupid cord).
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I'm wondering if the VGA out supports an extended screen (Show an application on lapdock screen and Firefox on the second (VGA out) screen) or does it only mirror what is on the lapdock display?

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I just tried out the VGA out. It doesn't support extended screen, it just mirrors the display. There is a button on the keyboard you press, the toggles the VGA display on/off. One press is shows on the lapdock AND the projector, a second press it doesn't show on the lapdock and ONLY shows on the projector, and a 3rd press turns the projector off and only displays on the lapdock.

It also (as expected) adjusts the resolution on the lapdock to match the projector, or vice verse...whichever is lower.
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I just tried out the VGA out. It doesn't support extended screen, it just mirrors the display. There is a button on the keyboard you press, the toggles the VGA display on/off. One press is shows on the lapdock AND the projector, a second press it doesn't show on the lapdock and ONLY shows on the projector, and a 3rd press turns the projector off and only displays on the lapdock.

It also (as expected) adjusts the resolution on the lapdock to match the projector, or vice verse...whichever is lower.
I figured that was the case that it wouldn't support extended screens. Damnit Motorola.
Then again, for my purposes, I would just need to mirror the screen (to use at work).

Too bad that Motorola or a developer do it like what the iDisplay for Android does. Because that would be so sweet.

I might just hit up Lokifish over at xda to maybe see if he can do something like this using Ubuntop [Webtop] mod in a future version.

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Hi everyone, first-time poster...

I currently have an HTC EVO with Sprint and I'm quite happy with the phone. However, I,was disappointed to learn that it is not likely to get the ICS update. That started me looking for options. Since I'm not in a huge hurry, I have the luxury of doing a lot of investigation.

I am quite interested in the Motorola Photon that Sprint offers, however I will not make the switch until I know that it will get the ICS update sometime.

In addition to changing phones, I also started looking at tablets. My wife surprised me with an iPad2 for Christmas, but I have yet to find a practical use for it other than its excellent web browsing capabilities. Now my wife has learned that her home-based business will be supported with an iPad app, so that is my excuse to return to Android..... Hence the exploration of tablets. Anyway, all of this background info to say that I'm thinking this lapdock 500 pro with the Photon will be more to my liking, especially since it appears to give tablet functionality without an additional data plan. My iPad is wi-fi only, and while I would love the added web access that a cell connection would offer, I still don't see enough practicality to justify the expense of an additional line just for data.

One use I have envisioned is access to AutoCAD drawings for editing on a tablet (I already do a little of this on my EVO, but obviously a larger screen would work better). The touchscreen capability of the traditional tablets would easily allow such editing. Do you think the touchpad/mouse of the lapdock would enable a similar capability?

Ok now.... So sorry for the long-winded post. What I am after is some opinions on whether or not you think I am thinking this thru correctly, that the lapdock would be the equivalent of a tablet without the additional data plan. I do realize that there are some limitations such as no touchscreen and a more bulky item, but I don't mind those downsides so much. What other downsides do you see vs. true tablet? What advantages? Thanks for any input!
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Hi everyone, first-time poster...

I currently have an HTC EVO with Sprint and I'm quite happy with the phone. However, I,was disappointed to learn that it is not likely to get the ICS update. That started me looking for options. Since I'm not in a huge hurry, I have the luxury of doing a lot of investigation.

I am quite interested in the Motorola Photon that Sprint offers, however I will not make the switch until I know that it will get the ICS update sometime.

In addition to changing phones, I also started looking at tablets. My wife surprised me with an iPad2 for Christmas, but I have yet to find a practical use for it other than its excellent web browsing capabilities. Now my wife has learned that her home-based business will be supported with an iPad app, so that is my excuse to return to Android..... Hence the exploration of tablets. Anyway, all of this background info to say that I'm thinking this lapdock 500 pro with the Photon will be more to my liking, especially since it appears to give tablet functionality without an additional data plan. My iPad is wi-fi only, and while I would love the added web access that a cell connection would offer, I still don't see enough practicality to justify the expense of an additional line just for data.

One use I have envisioned is access to AutoCAD drawings for editing on a tablet (I already do a little of this on my EVO, but obviously a larger screen would work better). The touchscreen capability of the traditional tablets would easily allow such editing. Do you think the touchpad/mouse of the lapdock would enable a similar capability?

Ok now.... So sorry for the long-winded post. What I am after is some opinions on whether or not you think I am thinking this thru correctly, that the lapdock would be the equivalent of a tablet without the additional data plan. I do realize that there are some limitations such as no touchscreen and a more bulky item, but I don't mind those downsides so much. What other downsides do you see vs. true tablet? What advantages? Thanks for any input!
The tablet comparison wouldn't be correct, since the Lapdocks (either the 100 or 500) are not touch enabled on the screen and you're limited to the touchpad/mouse.

I guess the appropriate qualifying question would be, how are you at using AutoCAD on a laptop? The experience would be exactly the same. I should also preface that by mentioning I've never seen AutoCAD edits being done on an Android phone period, so in that regard, I'm actually surprised that you're able to do AutoCAD editing on the EVO, let alone an android phone. Now, it should also be mentioned that others have been successful at using a USB enabled mouse connected to the lapdock (without issues).

The other qualifying statement should be made about the Lapdock 500 that I believe not all functionalities have been made "completely" compatible with the MoPho, so you may run into issues there.

Hope this helps a 'bit.
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The tablet comparison wouldn't be correct, since the Lapdocks (either the 100 or 500) are not touch enabled on the screen and you're limited to the touchpad/mouse.

I guess the appropriate qualifying question would be, how are you at using AutoCAD on a laptop? The experience would be exactly the same. I should also preface that by mentioning I've never seen AutoCAD edits being done on an Android phone period, so in that regard, I'm actually surprised that you're able to do AutoCAD editing on the EVO, let alone an android phone. Now, it should also be mentioned that others have been successful at using a USB enabled mouse connected to the lapdock (without issues).

The other qualifying statement should be made about the Lapdock 500 that I believe not all functionalities have been made "completely" compatible with the MoPho, so you may run into issues there.

Hope this helps a 'bit.
Yes I have taken note that there are functionality issues with other than a razr. I assume, as many others on here have, that there will be an update to address those issues at some point.

Regarding AutoCAD on android, Autodesk has put out an app for both iPad and android that is similar to their drawing viewer software except that it allows some AutoCAD utility such as drawing lines, etc. and being able to measure objects. I use it mostly on return visits to a site I have worked on (I'm a land surveyor) to verify that the mapping has been drawn correctly and nothing is missing. I occasionally add objects or notes which I can then download back at the office to make corrections. Not real useful on the phone, but very useful on the iPad and surely on an android tablet as well.

Having said all that, 90% of the time I would be using whatever I get (true tablet or this lapdock) to surf, read ebooks, or read/answer email. The plus for the lapdock (in my mind) is that I can have a 3G tablet-like experience without having to pay for another data line. It's not as "elegant" as a tablet, but it gets me that other piece of the puzzle -- cell connection without paying for another line.

Incidentally I dropped by a local Verizon store today and they had the 100 on display. It is the first time I had seen one in person. Pretty neat stuff. I liked the keyboard feel, and the screen looks just like a netbook.

Something else that I like vs. the iPad is the full-sized USB ports. For my needs, this is a great plus.

If I go the tablet route, I'll be paying around $500 without cell connection. With the lapdock 500 pro I'll shell out $300 (at Verizon) plus another $50 for the Photon (Best Buy and Amazon price), and have a larger screen than the tablets.

The big question: will I regret this choice and wish I had just bought the tablet in the first place???. That's the discussion I am interested in. Thanks for any opinions, good or bad.
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Yes I have taken note that there are functionality issues with other than a razr. I assume, as many others on here have, that there will be an update to address those issues at some point.

Regarding AutoCAD on android, Autodesk has put out an app for both iPad and android that is similar to their drawing viewer software except that it allows some AutoCAD utility such as drawing lines, etc. and being able to measure objects. I use it mostly on return visits to a site I have worked on (I'm a land surveyor) to verify that the mapping has been drawn correctly and nothing is missing. I occasionally add objects or notes which I can then download back at the office to make corrections. Not real useful on the phone, but very useful on the iPad and surely on an android tablet as well.

Having said all that, 90% of the time I would be using whatever I get (true tablet or this lapdock) to surf, read ebooks, or read/answer email. The plus for the lapdock (in my mind) is that I can have a 3G tablet-like experience without having to pay for another data line. It's not as "elegant" as a tablet, but it gets me that other piece of the puzzle -- cell connection without paying for another line.

Incidentally I dropped by a local Verizon store today and they had the 100 on display. It is the first time I had seen one in person. Pretty neat stuff. I liked the keyboard feel, and the screen looks just like a netbook.

Something else that I like vs. the iPad is the full-sized USB ports. For my needs, this is a great plus.

If I go the tablet route, I'll be paying around $500 without cell connection. With the lapdock 500 pro I'll shell out $300 (at Verizon) plus another $50 for the Photon (Best Buy and Amazon price), and have a larger screen than the tablets.

The big question: will I regret this choice and wish I had just bought the tablet in the first place???. That's the discussion I am interested in. Thanks for any opinions, good or bad.

I'm holding out for 100% compatibility w/the LAPDOCK 500 PRO,as you probably are.

The only other sticking that I can see at this point is if you'll be satisfied w/4G WIMAX.

SPRINT has promised to maintain existing 4G WIMAX areas until 2015,if that helps in your decision.

Also,in the meantime,if you haven't already,check out some videos of the HD DOCK that is available for the MO PHO,on YOU-TUBE & MOTO'S website. Some pretty cool stuff you can do w/it,plus,you can pick one up on the cheap on e-Bay.
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Yes I have taken note that there are functionality issues with other than a razr. I assume, as many others on here have, that there will be an update to address those issues at some point.

Regarding AutoCAD on android, Autodesk has put out an app for both iPad and android that is similar to their drawing viewer software except that it allows some AutoCAD utility such as drawing lines, etc. and being able to measure objects. I use it mostly on return visits to a site I have worked on (I'm a land surveyor) to verify that the mapping has been drawn correctly and nothing is missing. I occasionally add objects or notes which I can then download back at the office to make corrections. Not real useful on the phone, but very useful on the iPad and surely on an android tablet as well.

Having said all that, 90% of the time I would be using whatever I get (true tablet or this lapdock) to surf, read ebooks, or read/answer email. The plus for the lapdock (in my mind) is that I can have a 3G tablet-like experience without having to pay for another data line. It's not as "elegant" as a tablet, but it gets me that other piece of the puzzle -- cell connection without paying for another line.

Incidentally I dropped by a local Verizon store today and they had the 100 on display. It is the first time I had seen one in person. Pretty neat stuff. I liked the keyboard feel, and the screen looks just like a netbook.

Something else that I like vs. the iPad is the full-sized USB ports. For my needs, this is a great plus.

If I go the tablet route, I'll be paying around $500 without cell connection. With the lapdock 500 pro I'll shell out $300 (at Verizon) plus another $50 for the Photon (Best Buy and Amazon price), and have a larger screen than the tablets.

The big question: will I regret this choice and wish I had just bought the tablet in the first place???. That's the discussion I am interested in. Thanks for any opinions, good or bad.
Okay, I think I have a better idea of what you're trying to do as far as deciding between the lapdock vs. tablet. Out in the field, I think a tablet that allows for writing notes on the electronic copies of plans (via autoCAD related app) is actually ideal because it would be more portable, touch enabled (to zoom in and out). Downside is that, unless you root to gain hotspot capability (which we don't recommend or condone here), you're looking at a $29.99 per month fee to add the "hot spot" functionality on the Photon. It beats any of the tablet plans around and doesn't hold you captive to whatever limitations are on any of the tablet plans (via Sprint, Verizon, or any other provider that offers tablets w/ 3G/4g connectivity).

That said, I believe the lapdock 500 would have more advantages for the 90% range of activities you'd have, especially composing emails. My Dad is actually an architect, but he's old school, so autoCAD is something I know of and heard of for modern architecture, but I'm more familiar with him having to go visually inspect work being done in the field and have full blown hand sketched plans that he'd carry around. If he were tech savvy, I would absolutely get him BOTH a tablet and a lapdock 500. I'd tell him to take his tablet with him when he goes walking through a job site because it'll be portable, he can open up plans, zoom into particular parts of the building he's inspecting for proper measurements, etc...Then, if he has any notes, just carry the accompanying stylus that'll allow him to draw notes on the electronic copy of the plans, and save as a new document on the tablet. Then after going over all his inspections, once he gets back to his car, I'd explain that he should just connect the tablet and Photon to the lapdock 500 via USB connector, identify the tablet as a USB drive, and send the notes to whoever he'd need to send to by attaching the files from the tablet.

That's just how I'd imagine it would be ideal to have both. With the lapdock 500, carrying that thing around a job site and actually having to open it to view plans, and then also having to use a small mouse pad to zoom in and out (rather than a simple pinch to zoom in and out on a tablet or ipad)...just seems more cumbersome for that type of puprose.

I have both a tablet and a Lapdock 100. And I have specific needs and purposeful uses of both. All the lapdock 100 really replaced for me was having to bring my laptop with me anytime I travel. It's much more portable and easier to use, simply because of it's capability of using the phone's data connectivity. My laptop has now become my dedicated PC at home and I'll never really have to take it on the road with me anywhere. The Tablet, I use at work. It's replaced having to use scrap paper to jot down notes during meetings. It's also enabled me to do research while in a meeting, without having to be disruptive with a keyboard.
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Wanted to follow up with a couple things that I have learned since getting my Lapdock 500

Netflix --- I mentioned an error trying to watch in Fullscreen mode. It appears the error was becasue I was trying to go into Fullscreen after launching my movie. What you have to do is launch fullscrren before selecting play to watch your movie. Then you can truly enjoy true 99.9% Fullscreen mode(remember the Full screen button is in the bottom right corner of your mobile view window not to be confused with the "maximize" button in the top right corner.

USB Mouse --- I have not tried a wireless mouse but I have used a wired mouse and it works great. I have a small retractable Inland model# 07049, mouse that I picked up at Micro Center for like 7.99. makes a world of difference. Dont forget you can change the sensitivity of the mouse by going in to the settings menu located in the top right corner of the screen next to the Gmail logo (its the "gear" icon). I highly recommend getting a mouse for times when you are sitting at a table or desk.

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Good to note I uploaded a picture I took of the keyboard if successful I woul like to say that it was done from my Lapdock 500 and it was pull form my phones memory. So if anyone is not aware when your phone is connected you are able to upload from it just like you were going into "my computer" on a PC to get your data.

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Okay, I think I have a better idea of what you're trying to do as far as deciding between the lapdock vs. tablet. Out in the field, I think a tablet that allows for writing notes on the electronic copies of plans (via autoCAD related app) is actually ideal because it would be more portable, touch enabled (to zoom in and out). Downside is that, unless you root to gain hotspot capability (which we don't recommend or condone here), you're looking at a $29.99 per month fee to add the "hot spot" functionality on the Photon. It beats any of the tablet plans around and doesn't hold you captive to whatever limitations are on any of the tablet plans (via Sprint, Verizon, or any other provider that offers tablets w/ 3G/4g connectivity).

That said, I believe the lapdock 500 would have more advantages for the 90% range of activities you'd have, especially composing emails. My Dad is actually an architect, but he's old school, so autoCAD is something I know of and heard of for modern architecture, but I'm more familiar with him having to go visually inspect work being done in the field and have full blown hand sketched plans that he'd carry around. If he were tech savvy, I would absolutely get him BOTH a tablet and a lapdock 500. I'd tell him to take his tablet with him when he goes walking through a job site because it'll be portable, he can open up plans, zoom into particular parts of the building he's inspecting for proper measurements, etc...Then, if he has any notes, just carry the accompanying stylus that'll allow him to draw notes on the electronic copy of the plans, and save as a new document on the tablet. Then after going over all his inspections, once he gets back to his car, I'd explain that he should just connect the tablet and Photon to the lapdock 500 via USB connector, identify the tablet as a USB drive, and send the notes to whoever he'd need to send to by attaching the files from the tablet.

That's just how I'd imagine it would be ideal to have both. With the lapdock 500, carrying that thing around a job site and actually having to open it to view plans, and then also having to use a small mouse pad to zoom in and out (rather than a simple pinch to zoom in and out on a tablet or ipad)...just seems more cumbersome for that type of puprose.

I have both a tablet and a Lapdock 100. And I have specific needs and purposeful uses of both. All the lapdock 100 really replaced for me was having to bring my laptop with me anytime I travel. It's much more portable and easier to use, simply because of it's capability of using the phone's data connectivity. My laptop has now become my dedicated PC at home and I'll never really have to take it on the road with me anywhere. The Tablet, I use at work. It's replaced having to use scrap paper to jot down notes during meetings. It's also enabled me to do research while in a meeting, without having to be disruptive with a keyboard.
Thanks very much for the input. I also envision using the lapdock while traveling, it seems more practical for email than typing on the touchscreen, in addition to simpler access to files for email attachments.

You have a great point about carrying around something while walking around. The tablet clearly wins that debate. My situation is typically a little different, however, because most of my work is outdoors on open sites and I have the hood of my truck to use as a desk (or sitting inside the truck with the A/C or heat on....). .

I'll be kicking this concept around for awhile, I'm certainly not in a hurry at this point, I'll continue to watch the comments here.
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If that's the case, I personally feel that the lapdock wins (either 100 or 500). The beauty of that is, you can get a laptop bag, put in a wireless usb mouse and it'd just be like using a PC at a desk (except no mouse pad, which in some cases is atually better for the infrared mice).
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Thanks very much for the input. I also envision using the lapdock while traveling, it seems more practical for email than typing on the touchscreen, in addition to simpler access to files for email attachments.

You have a great point about carrying around something while walking around. The tablet clearly wins that debate. My situation is typically a little different, however, because most of my work is outdoors on open sites and I have the hood of my truck to use as a desk (or sitting inside the truck with the A/C or heat on....). .

I'll be kicking this concept around for awhile, I'm certainly not in a hurry at this point, I'll continue to watch the comments here.

Since you're not in a hurry,you may also want to take a look @ the upcoming ASUS PADFONE.

I don't think it's even out yet,or,if/when available for North America,or,a specific carrier.

A search of PHANDROID NEWS for the ASUS PADFONE should turn up a couple of video demos.

Just thought I'd throw it out there,it's always good to have choices,and,a bit of competition,to keep progress moving along.

From the looks,it appears it will offer similar functionality as the MOTOROLA LAPDOCK collection.
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[QUOTE=KOLIO;3888527]I'm holding out for 100% compatibility w/the LAPDOCK 500 PRO,as you probably are.


Changed my mind,on my way to the local VERIZON center to pick up the LAPDOCK 500.

The few features that currently do not work w/the PHOTON & 500 aren't really a big deal @ the moment.

Even if these things aren't offered in a future update,no biggie.
There's always XDA to look at for development.
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I stumbled across this forum yesterday while I was searching for a tablet/laptop solution.

Boy am I glad I found this place!

From what I have read here it looks like a Razr MAXX and the Lapdock 500 just may be what I have been searching for. Prior to this I have been leaning towards the ASUS EEE Transformer Prime. The negative points of it are that it is wifi only and costs ~$700 for the tablet and keyboard.

With my Verizon discount it looks like I can get into the razr MAXX and a Lapdock for ~$650 and I get 4G!!

I'll let you all know if (when?) I get the setup and my opinion after I have a chance to use it.
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3914872[/URL]]I stumbled across this forum yesterday while I was searching for a tablet/laptop solution.

Boy am I glad I found this place!

From what I have read here it looks like a Razr MAXX and the Lapdock 500 just may be what I have been searching for. Prior to this I have been leaning towards the ASUS EEE Transformer Prime. The negative points of it are that it is wifi only and costs ~$700 for the tablet and keyboard.

With my Verizon discount it looks like I can get into the razr MAXX and a Lapdock for ~$650 and I get 4G!!

I'll let you all know if (when?) I get the setup and my opinion after I have a chance to use it.
WELCOME TO ANDROID FORUMS,BLIND SQUIRREL!

I just about switched to the MAXX myself yesterday.One of the things holding me back is the lack of VZW'S 4G LTE in my area,&the unlimited data that we enjoy w/SPRINT.
(VZW is currently running their DATA SPECIAL once again,BTW)

Is your discount w/VERIZON as a VERIZON employee,or,your employer discount elsewhere?
Just curious,as I'm certain BEST BUY/AMAZON/RADIO SHACK will likely have better pricing,as the MAXX will become available to most retail outlets soon,but,as for the LAPDOCK 500 pricing,VERIZON does have the best pricing,currently $299.97

Most here w/the LAPDOCK 500 are green w/envy ,as us PHOTON owners lack 100% combatibility w/the LAPDOCK 500.Just holding out hope for a future update to the latest WEBTOP version on our phones.

So,if you find that there isn't too much activity here,that would explain it.Most of us here w/either LAPDOCK are also on @ https://forums.motorola.com

Enjoy your MAXX & LAPDOCK & once again,WELCOME TO ANDROID FORUMS!
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I just about switched to the MAXX myself yesterday.One of the things holding me back is the lack of VZW'S 4G LTE in my area,&the unlimited data that we enjoy w/SPRINT.
(VZW is currently running their DATA SPECIAL once again,BTW)

Is your discount w/VERIZON as a VERIZON employee,or,your employer discount elsewhere?
Just curious,as I'm certain BEST BUY/AMAZON/RADIO SHACK will likely have better pricing,as the MAXX will become available to most retail outlets soon,but,as for the LAPDOCK 500 pricing,VERIZON does have the best pricing,currently $299.97

Most here w/the LAPDOCK 500 are green w/envy ,as us PHOTON owners lack 100% combatibility w/the LAPDOCK 500.Just holding out hope for a future update to the latest WEBTOP version on our phones.

So,if you find that there isn't too much activity here,that would explain it.Most of us here w/either LAPDOCK are also on @ https://forums.motorola.com

Enjoy your MAXX & LAPDOCK & once again,WELCOME TO ANDROID FORUMS!
Thanks for the warm welcome!

My discount is because of where I am in my contract. I can get one for $299. I stopped by a Verizon store yesterday and was able to play with a Razr MAXX.... SOLD! I had to order it. The thing is just so many MILES beyond my HTC Incredible that it is unbelievable! I was able to get in on the Verizon unlimited data plan when I got my Incredible a year ago December. I confirmed that upgrading to the Razr and 4G would NOT take me off of that program. I am happy to report that I still have unlimited data with the MAXX on 4G.

The 500 Pro is in stock and available for immediate shipment but I decided to wait to buy it until I have my MAXX in hand. Verizon has a 14 day return policy on accessories, which is what the Lapdock is considered to be.

Once I get both items and have had a chance to kick the tires and take them for a spin I will report back.
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Well, I made the plunge. Since the Photon was only $50 upgrade, I decided to try it out. After I got a chance to play with it, I noticed there was an update available. The documentation said the update was providing a lapdock compatibility update.

I have ordered a lapdock 500 pro, should be here early next week. I'll let you know if the phone update resolved any of the compatibility issues that have been discussed here.

Incidentally, I love the phone. It's a bit different than the Evo - not bad, just different. So far I haven't noticed a significant difference in battery life from my Evo. I did go ahead and order an extra battery and battery charger. From what I had been reading, I expected better battery life than the Evo.

One huge difference from the Evo is speed. Web browser refreshes are WAY faster! another thing is power-off/on is much faster. Ever since the Gingerbread update on my Evo, it would take a good 3 - 4 minutes to restart if I shut it off to change the battery or something. Photon is up and running in about 1 minute.

Well, anyway, enough about the phone, that doesn't belong in this thread...

I haven't been able to jump on here much in the past few days, been pretty busy. When I get my lapdock I'll give a full compatibility report ASAP.
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Well, I made the plunge. Since the Photon was only $50 upgrade, I decided to try it out. After I got a chance to play with it, I noticed there was an update available. The documentation said the update was providing a lapdock compatibility update.

I have ordered a lapdock 500 pro, should be here early next week. I'll let you know if the phone update resolved any of the compatibility issues that have been discussed here.

Incidentally, I love the phone. It's a bit different than the Evo - not bad, just different. So far I haven't noticed a significant difference in battery life from my Evo. I did go ahead and order an extra battery and battery charger. From what I had been reading, I expected better battery life than the Evo.

One huge difference from the Evo is speed. Web browser refreshes are WAY faster! another thing is power-off/on is much faster. Ever since the Gingerbread update on my Evo, it would take a good 3 - 4 minutes to restart if I shut it off to change the battery or something. Photon is up and running in about 1 minute.

Well, anyway, enough about the phone, that doesn't belong in this thread...

I haven't been able to jump on here much in the past few days, been pretty busy. When I get my lapdock I'll give a full compatibility report ASAP.
From one former EVO owner to another, once you get familiar with the differences between Moto and HTC, you won't even miss the EVO at all!

One thing to check out is the stock battery saving settings. Use those appropriately and you'll definitely notice the difference in battery life!

Oh and if you purchased through Best Buy, be sure to get that $50 gift card promotion that's going on right now!
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This is true, I really do not miss my EVO at all. And except for the ability to flash roms easy I'll give it a 9 out of 10.

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This is true, I really do not miss my EVO at all. And except for the ability to flash roms easy I'll give it a 9 out of 10.

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To build on TS' comment, the one other thing that I do miss about HTC's interface was it was easier to merge contacts with their Facebook profiles. Other than that, I've found that Motorola allows for a lot more options that I wanted on the EVO.

In particular, I like that you can set individual ringtones/alerts to more functions on Motorola's UI than HTC's. On the EVO, I couldn't set a separate ringtone for the exchange mail notification and text messages.

-EDIT- But to get this back on topic...LOL...The lapdock is such a great compliment to a great phone.
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Question for those of you who already have the Lapdock: Can you play movies from a SD card or USB stick?

If yes, what file format do they have to be in?
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If yes, what file format do they have to be in?

I've heard that the SD CARD slot is non-functional w/the PHOTON @ the present time.
Not sure about the USB port,but,I get a USB error when first booting up the LAPDOCK 500 & the error icon remains on in the notification area afterwards.
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The lack of sound glitch w/the LAPDOCK 500 has recently been discovered & discussed in the MOTOROLA FORUMS @ https://forums.motorola.com

Also,I've discovered that MEDIA VOLUME is turned all the way down AFTER undocking.
Even after turning the volume up in the SETTINGS>SOUND>VOLUME>MEDIA,the volume remains all the way down.The only way to re-enable MEDIA VOLUME is to re-boot & return to SETTINGS>SOUND>VOLUME>MEDIA & adjust as desired.
I've also posted these findings in the MOTOROLA forum listed above,in the MOTOROLA WEBTOP,DOCKS,& LAPDOCKS section.
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Since we are talking Evo's; I'm still in Evo 3D Land (Hi Drex and TS), but watch the market from afar and lurk around. I don't want to compare and contrast phones or companies, but just want to say that over time I have found myself extremely jealous of the Lapdock compatible devices. Even more so now that a Sprint device works with the Lapdock it hits even closer to home. I'm not even sure how much I would use it, But I find myself really wanting one just because I can't have one currently. You guys are fortunate with the Lapdock compatibility even if it is sometimes not working 100%. (Edit: Google Purchasing Motorola could be another benefit down the road.)

I'd love to replace my ancient desktop and have 1 high quality all in one device. Phone, Laptop/Dock, and Tablet dock. So far it seems most 'Transforming' devices have dual use (Padfone, Transformer), I'm looking for the triple threat though from a big name producer.
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It boils down to what you use your desktop for? I can possibly get by not using Excel or Word and use OpenOffice instead on my phone/webtop combo. But there are a lot of things that a Photon/Lapdock or even a tablet/dock set up cannot do as well as a regular desktop or laptop. I just like it because it allows me to just take my phone and lapdock instead of so many other stuff.
Motorola is getting there with the concept, as well as Asus and Lenovo and a few others but there is a whole in one killer all thingy out there yet.

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Let's hope that the PHOTON/ICS/LAPDOCK 100-500 is a complete update,w/100% functionality/compatibility.

Now that GOOGLE has been given the green-light to acquire MOTOROLA MOBILITY ®, perhaps a greater sense of urgency will be the prevailing attitude & support/updates will arrive sooner rather than later.
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Even though they were given the green light, I am sure that it will take no less than 6 months for us to see the results of their marriage. lol

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I got the lapdock 500 pro with the droid razr maxx and for things that require flash, it is a bit slow but for standard web browsing, its just fine. (I'm using it right now) the battery is great. the mouse isn't all that great so I use a usb one.
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I picked up the Lapdock 500 yesterday.

Initial review:

- Startup is quick
- The thing is HEAVY. Weighs in at 3 pounds 8 ounces according to my digital kitchen scale
- It is BIG.
- It will play .mp4 files directly from the usb port
- I don't like the dock configuration. You can tell that they intend for you to place your phone on a flat surface next to it. It is difficult to use the pull out tray with my Razr MAXX.
-Interface seems clunkey to me. Some of the apps on the phone do not scale up, so you are left with them in the small phone window.
- I do not like the track pad. I wish they incorporated pinch and push into it. It does have two-finger scrolling, but for me it is jerky.
- I left the phone hooked to it over night. The lapdock battery charged to 100% but the phone battery only charged from 40% to 60% with the default setting.

*DISCLAIMER* I have not RTFM yet. I got it home, plugged it in, and plugged my phone into it.

As of now it is not looking like a good solution (for me). I am going to give it another day or two to win me over, but most likley it will go back and I will get a tablet of some sort.
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I have the macbook air 11 inch and I like it. the only problem is that I have to pay money (tethering) to get large screen broswing and a real keyboard. So I like the lapdock because I don't have to pay 20 bucks a month.

also, about the battery, the macbook air has a 35 watt hour battery and it is a lot smaller. I am thinking that they could have put twice the amount mabey even 3 times. there is no actual computer in the lapdock. I am doing a battery test now.
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the battery last way to long to test it. I could easily see the 7 hours
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Okay, I RTFM and I have to say it is as useful as a football bat. Using the Lapdock to post this. I keep rubbing the track pad and unintentionally repositioning my writing spot. Frustrating! The more I use this thing the less I like it. It lacks the touch screen of a tablet and the power of a laptop. While I don't want to have to pay $20 to use the MAXX as a hotspot, I don't see the need to do it that often. When I will need to use it as a hot spot chances are my wife or anyone else I am traveling with would benefit from the hotspot too.

Looks like the Lapdock is not ready for prime time (IMO).
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Okay, I RTFM and I have to say it is as useful as a football bat. Using the Lapdock to post this. I keep rubbing the track pad and unintentionally repositioning my writing spot. Frustrating! The more I use this thing the less I like it. It lacks the touch screen of a tablet and the power of a laptop. While I don't want to have to pay $20 to use the MAXX as a hotspot, I don't see the need to do it that often. When I will need to use it as a hot spot chances are my wife or anyone else I am traveling with would benefit from the hotspot too.

Looks like the Lapdock is not ready for prime time (IMO).

Sorry to hear you're not pleased w/the LAPDOCK 500.

I agree w/the trackpad issues,it is a PITA.Touchscreen would be nice as well.More than a few of us have found ourselves swiping at the screen.

Did you get a chance to try out all of the features w/the LAPDOCK 500/RAZR MAXX (Webcam,Ethernet,VGA,SD Slot,USB)?

If so,please share your experience w/these features.
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Sorry to hear you're not pleased w/the LAPDOCK 500.

I agree w/the trackpad issues,it is a PITA.Touchscreen would be nice as well.More than a few of us have found ourselves swiping at the screen.

Did you get a chance to try out all of the features w/the LAPDOCK 500/RAZR MAXX (Webcam,Ethernet,VGA,SD Slot,USB)?

If so,please share your experience w/these features.
I didn't make it that far. The interface is so clunky and annoying that I shut the cover and disconnected the phone. On that note, I had to power cycle my phone after disconnecting it from the Lapdock. It would no longer rotate the screen. My ringer volume had also been turned all the way down.

It goes back today after work. Back to giving a serious look at the ASUS EEE Prime. If that does not work, I may look at swapping out an SSD for the hard drive in my netbook.
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Mind you, what I'm about to say are my opinions only, but from what I gather alot of folks think the same way.

but its posts like these that really piss me the heck off, not at the poster but at Motorola. Moto has a good thing on their hands and it seems that they are out playing ball when they should be in house providing the customers the updates to phones such as the Photon to make it 100% compatible with the accessories devices that they claim should work. Otherwise they should shut the hell up and not advertise that numerous phones will work with the Lapdocks when in reality only one works (the Razr, and not 100 percent either.) It can't seriously take this long for crying out loud.
By the time lapdock 500 compatibility or ICS for that matter comes along, we will have Jelly Bean or Kustry cake.

I really hope Google slaps them into reality.

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Hi everyone, just wanted to post an update since I received my lapdock on this past Wednesday. When I first opened the box at work, I didn't have time to play with the device so I immediately put it on charge and left it alone. It showed a full charge in about 2 hours.

Once I got it home I tried to put it thru a few paces. I forgot to bring home my bluetooth headphones and my wireless mouse from work so I wasn't able to immediately check those out. When I first opened the device after it was docked, I got a warning message that there was a USB device plugged in that was not compatible. I didn't have anything plugged in, but I wonder if that had to do with the Photon not being fully compatible and having a USB connection via the microUSB port.

I tried out the web browser and like some other posters here I wasn't too thrilled with the touchpad. I adjusted the sensitivity but really was wishing I had my wireless mouse. The two-finger scroll is pretty handy and I could see myself getting used to that.

If you have seen my previous posts you know that I was interested in being able to view AutoCAD drawings and editing them. Well, since I have to open the app in the mobile view on the lapdock, I immediately noticed that I may not have a way to zoom in and out like I would if I were just using the phone itself. Without this capability, I wouldn't be able to use the AutoCAD app at all for what I intended. Does anyone know if there is a way to zoom in and out in the phone view screen?

On to the other problems: As I continued to try out the features, I discovered that the lapdock's speakers didn't work. I tried to find the settings, and was able to transfer the sound to the phone's speaker (and eventually also used bluetooth headphones and they worked fine, both for music from the phone and for audio from the browser on the lapdock).

Two days ago I discovered a couple of other issues: the second time I went to charge it (and charge my phone thru the dock) I left it on the charger at night and got up the next morning to find that the charging light was still blinking (steady light indicates full charge) and my phone didn't charge fully. Two separate issues apparently: problem with charging and a weak USB connection to the phone from the docking cable. The cable just barely pulls away from the phone and stops charging it. The second issue was that the touchpad locked up. I could find no way to get the mouse to move from the touchpad. I rebooted the phone a couple of times, deleted the data cache from the webtop app -- no luck. I finally hooked up the wireless mouse and it worked great from the moment I plugged it in. I tried to find a setting for enabling the touchpad but no luck. I read some documentation that said there is a way to disable the touchpad when a mouse is plugged in, but I couldn't find that toggle to see if it was accidentally engaged.

Well, long story not so long, I ended up talking to tech support who were not very helpful. Their final suggestion was a factory reset of my phone, which I refused to do since the problem was with the lapdock hardware and not my phone, in my opinion. They finally gave me an RMA and the good news about that is they are sending me a FedEx box with a shipping label (since it is under warranty) and I don't have to pay to ship it.

Sooooooo, not much to report on yet, with these issues. Sending it back on Monday, hopefully will have it back in about a week.

I'll get back to ya......
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Hi everyone, just wanted to post an update since I received my lapdock on this past Wednesday. When I first opened the box at work, I didn't have time to play with the device so I immediately put it on charge and left it alone. It showed a full charge in about 2 hours.

Once I got it home I tried to put it thru a few paces. I forgot to bring home my bluetooth headphones and my wireless mouse from work so I wasn't able to immediately check those out. When I first opened the device after it was docked, I got a warning message that there was a USB device plugged in that was not compatible. I didn't have anything plugged in, but I wonder if that had to do with the Photon not being fully compatible and having a USB connection via the microUSB port.

I tried out the web browser and like some other posters here I wasn't too thrilled with the touchpad. I adjusted the sensitivity but really was wishing I had my wireless mouse. The two-finger scroll is pretty handy and I could see myself getting used to that.

If you have seen my previous posts you know that I was interested in being able to view AutoCAD drawings and editing them. Well, since I have to open the app in the mobile view on the lapdock, I immediately noticed that I may not have a way to zoom in and out like I would if I were just using the phone itself. Without this capability, I wouldn't be able to use the AutoCAD app at all for what I intended. Does anyone know if there is a way to zoom in and out in the phone view screen?

On to the other problems: As I continued to try out the features, I discovered that the lapdock's speakers didn't work. I tried to find the settings, and was able to transfer the sound to the phone's speaker (and eventually also used bluetooth headphones and they worked fine, both for music from the phone and for audio from the browser on the lapdock).

Two days ago I discovered a couple of other issues: the second time I went to charge it (and charge my phone thru the dock) I left it on the charger at night and got up the next morning to find that the charging light was still blinking (steady light indicates full charge) and my phone didn't charge fully. Two separate issues apparently: problem with charging and a weak USB connection to the phone from the docking cable. The cable just barely pulls away from the phone and stops charging it. The second issue was that the touchpad locked up. I could find no way to get the mouse to move from the touchpad. I rebooted the phone a couple of times, deleted the data cache from the webtop app -- no luck. I finally hooked up the wireless mouse and it worked great from the moment I plugged it in. I tried to find a setting for enabling the touchpad but no luck. I read some documentation that said there is a way to disable the touchpad when a mouse is plugged in, but I couldn't find that toggle to see if it was accidentally engaged.

Well, long story not so long, I ended up talking to tech support who were not very helpful. Their final suggestion was a factory reset of my phone, which I refused to do since the problem was with the lapdock hardware and not my phone, in my opinion. They finally gave me an RMA and the good news about that is they are sending me a FedEx box with a shipping label (since it is under warranty) and I don't have to pay to ship it.

Sooooooo, not much to report on yet, with these issues. Sending it back on Monday, hopefully will have it back in about a week.

I'll get back to ya......

1) The USB error issue is known,& I believe is a PHOTON-LAPDOCK 500 issue only.I plugged in a USB memory stick yesterday & the error indicating icon disappeared, & was able to view content.
(Text & pix only,didn't have any audio/video on the stick to test).Wired mouse worked fine also.


2) No sound: This was just recently discovered & the cause is known & a fix is in the works.Again,a PHOTON only issue.

BTW,how we're you able to work around the sound issue to get audio through the phone's speakers?

Edit: Speakerphone mode works well while docked(which is the way cool feature that got me looking @ the LAPDOCK 100/500 to begin with).
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Just posted in an new thread about the rumor to which Android 5.0 may beet Lapdock type support built in.

Its something I've mentioned and have hoped for some time now.

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Question for those of you who already have the Lapdock: Can you play movies from a SD card or USB stick?

If yes, what file format do they have to be in?
Thought this would be as good a place as any to give an update to what works & what doesn't w/the PHOTON-LAPDOCK 500 COMBO:

What works:

1) WEBTOP
2) PHONE/SPEAKER MODE(in call)
3) USB/SD CARD SLOT*(Document/video only) & WIRED-WIRELESS MOUSE/KEYBOARD

What doesn't:

1) NO SOUND AT ALL (except speakerphone mode in-call only) no working audio media.
2) VGA
3) ETHERNET
4) WEBCAM

* Hooked up my HUAWEI ASCEND to attempt to read files on it.No-go,but,the LAPDOCK will charge it up.Anyone that has drivers {?} to install to allow this to work(if possible) please post an upload link or send in a PM.
Another quirk w/this is the sound gets borked on the ASCEND,just as it does w/the PHOTON,when attempting to use/adjust the volume on the LAPDOCK 500.
A re-boot & a visit to SETTINGS>SOUND>VOLUME on the affected phones will cure the lack of sound bug after un-docking.
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Just posted in an new thread about the rumor to which Android 5.0 may beet Lapdock type support built in.

Its something I've mentioned and have hoped for some time now.

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Just posted in your thread. Oh man, to have built in support that'll allow for all-in-one accessories to be made? That'd be the perfect combination for my needs.
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New to the Bionic and am seriously looking at the Lapdock 100. A couple questions come to mind. I'm a Verizon Wireless customer. Looking at the details on Motorola web page it says that when the Bionic is in the Lapdock, you can browse the web, while simultaneously making calls and sending texts. Both the phone and browser are shown on the screen as simultaneously operating. I thought with CDMA technology that you can't talk and browse at the same time. So how is that possible? And is there a specific Lapdock version for the VZ Bionic and another for the AT&T Atrix?

Just curious to know before I proceed to lay out the cash.

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New to the Bionic and am seriously looking at the Lapdock 100. A couple questions come to mind. I'm a Verizon Wireless customer. Looking at the details on Motorola web page it says that when the Bionic is in the Lapdock, you can browse the web, while simultaneously making calls and sending texts. Both the phone and browser are shown on the screen as simultaneously operating. I thought with CDMA technology that you can't talk and browse at the same time. So how is that possible? And is there a specific Lapdock version for the VZ Bionic and another for the AT&T Atrix?

Just curious to know before I proceed to lay out the cash.

JP

I would suggest trying out the store demo model.
If they don't have one on the floor,just request to try out what is in stock.

I can verify that both can be accomplished simultaneously,as a user of the PHOTON-LAPDOCK 500 combo.

Edit:

Yes, there are specific LAPDOCKS for the BIONIC & the original ATRIX, but, the BIONIC should work on all LAPDOCKS.

The LAPDOCK 500-BIONIC combo may have limited functionality(as the PHOTON does),check the MOTOROLA website & definitely test one in the store.

Also,the original ATRIX LAPDOCK should work, but, may need alterations to the HDMI-MICRO USB connection to properly fit & work. See YOUTUBE for the video on this.
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