Droid Bionic to Launch with New Webtop Accessory
One of the notable features that we’re looking forward to seeing in the redesigned Droid Bionic is the support for the laptop dock and/or HD station. Widely considered one of the standout reasons to buy an Atrix 4G (AT&T) or Photon 4G (Sprint), it adds a new level of functionality to already terrific phones. Thanks to newly leaked documents, we know that the Droid Bionic will also usher support for a new device, a Webtop Adapter. Billed as “affordable mobility”, it is designed for a quick and painless way to connect to projectors, monitors, or televisions. Judging by the size of the unit we can imagine this guy getting tossed into suitcases and travel bags all over.
What would you pay for a device like this? Do you Photon 4G and Atrix 4G owners see any use case for such a product?
Via: Droid Life
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