Motorola Lapdock 100 is what Motorola provides for its webtop enabled smartphones, which allows a Motorola smartphone to dock on it and use it like a laptop. The lapdock is basically just a docking system that is equipped with a LCD display and a QWERTY keyboard. It seems to have no brain inside (CPU), thus it allows a Motorola webtop-enabled smartphone to connect to it, working as its brain and running the phone’s operating system.
Once a smartphone is connected to the Lapdock, you can use the Lapdock like a laptop including viewing videos, documents, accessing web apps and websites on a 10.1-inch high-res display. Basically, you get all functions of a laptop including full-fledged browser, large keyboard and keypad. You’ll also get phone calls, text messaging functions from your phone. And the Internet connection is from your phone, so you’ll be connected everywhere you go.
Currently, only two models of Motorola smartphones are compatible with the Lapdock 100 – the Motorola Photon 4G and Motorola Atrix. The Lapdock weighs 2.2 pounds, has a 10.1-inch screen and is priced around $500 USD.