If you still think that a powerful smartphone transforming into a netbook through an add-on is a great idea, but too pricey you might be in luck. The Motorola Atrix 4G for AT&T is going for $50 just for this weekend (it will be $100 after that) and you get a coupon for $100 off the laptop dock.
When the Motorola Atrix 4G launched in the US, it commanded $130. Now Amazon Wireless is offering the super Moto for just $50 on a individual or family account for new customers. Upgrades for existing are $100 (individual) or $130 (family). Just the phone costs $600. Plans for AT&T’s Motorola Atrix 4G start at $40.
The Laptop Dock for the Atrix 4G is available on Amazon for $400 right now but with the $100 off coupon, you can get that down to more acceptable levels. Still, that’s pretty close to the price of a standalone fully functional Android tablet.
P.S. If you’re getting confused by all the “4G” talk, the Motorola Atrix 4G supports HSPA+, which AT&T has labeled 4G. In reality, it’s a fraction below 4G (3.75G or so, depending on who you ask).
Why not? You do realise these $50, $100, $199 prices mean nothing right? It's the service conract prices that are the subsidised cost of the phone. In countries like Australia, all of these smartphones are just $0, as long as the 2 year ser...
The Motorola Atrix 4G for AT&T is going for $50 just for this weekend (it will be $100 after that) and you get a coupon for $100 off the laptop dock.
why so cheap?