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Motorola Atrix 4G

Motorola has just dropped, possibly the most impressive press conference of CES, but we in law, but a better opening line of new phones Android hands at once with the twisted mass. Of course it broke a little video for your viewing pleasure - that will follow - but what about the Atrix 4G?

In a word: awesome. Atrix 4G does something unexpected, but so obvious, allowing the receiver to the dock and instantly transformed into an experience through close as desktop Linux with a newly designed interface. You still get access to the Android interface on a separate video, too, as will be seen.

While the capacity to transform your phone into a personal computing platform is impressive in itself, nor even get me started burning a couple dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM. I have the feeling of similar specced Bionic Droid could get some of the same link functions, but Moto seems happy to keep your lips tight to give AT & T a bit of a disadvantage. They need, as the Bionic features most ardent of the same specifications with the addition of 4G LTE, unlike AT & T "4G" HSPA +. But enough rambling, hit below for the video.
Today, we have a demo and a safety time with the Motorola 4G Atrix for AT & T Motorola's CES event, including HD multimedia laptop base and the spring. The phone has a vibrant look similar to Samsung, but covered with a screen bezel and a matte black back pattern with good taste. Build quality is very good, as you might expect from a Motorola device. The QHD (960 x 540) screen is superb and the phone feels ultra fast, thanks to dual-core processor running Froyo. In fact, although even at the preliminary firmware, which recorded a blazing 2616 score on the test quadrant. The power button on the upper back of the 4G Atrix also serves as a fingerprint reader, and there is a dual LED flash accompanying the 5 megapixel camera. Check out the gallery below and read on for details - and full demonstration video - after the break.

The high definition multimedia dock has a power connector, three USB ports and an HDMI output, along with an infrared remote control. It Atrix 4G as a media center, and desktop PCs when connected to a TV / monitor and keyboard / mouse. The portable base has a screen 11. 6 inches, two USB ports, a very nice Chiclet keyboard, and a comfortably sized trackpad with two fingers moving. It is super slim and lightweight, and is made of a delightful blend of aluminum and plastic Atrix 4G docks in the left lateral edge of the device, behind the screen.


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