1. Motorola Atrix Review by Techjunoon.com
We have published a few of Motorola Atrix Android Phone Hands-On pics earlier. Motorola Atrix is not just among the most powerful android smartphones all around, but when using the support of some special components, it could possibly also substitute your PC and laptop.
Motorola Atrix includes a dual core 1Ghz Tegra 2 processor and 1GB RAM sufficient to comfortably playback or output 1080p full HD video. With various accessories such as HD Multimedia Dock, the Atrix can operate just like a desktop PC, powering a larger monitor, standard USB keyboard and USB mouse.
2. Motorola Atrix by Cnet
Everyone’s been saying for ages that smart phones are becoming as powerful as full-sized computers, but only Motorola has had the cojones to actually put that to the test. The Motorola Atrix is an Android smart phone that can be plugged into a range of docks that convert it into a sleek netbook, a media centre, a sat-nav or even a humble alarm clock.
3. Motorola Atrix Review: First Look by Itpro.co.uk
A dual-core processor might seem like overkill for a smartphone, but Motorola has put it to good use. As well as being able to play 1080p high definition video when connected to a TV, it can also be used as a substitute for a laptop. When connected to a TV or monitor over HDMI using a mains-powered dock and paired with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, the phone switches into a Linux mode. Separate from Android, it has a traditional and familiar point and click interface with a Mac-style taskbar, overlapping windows, a full version of Firefox and a media center app.
- Product type : Smart phone
- Connectivity : Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G, HSPA
- Operating system : Google Android
- Application store : Yes
- Touch screen : Yes
- Keyboard : None
- GPS : Yes
- Form factor : Candy-bar
- Screen size : 4 in.
- Camera resolution : 5 megapixels
- Size (WxHxD) : 64x118x11 mm
- Weight : 135 g