Motorola Droid Bionic Webtop Accessories Show Up In Verizon Wireless Stores


Earlier in the day it was confirmed that the @droidbionic Twitter account was a fake. To some that meant that the rumors of a September 8th launch were gone as well. Not so fast though as the accessories for the first dual core 4G/LTE Android device have started to arrive in Verizon Wireless corporate stores.

Today we received this picture of the Motorola Droid Bionic’s lapdock accessory.  The Motorola Lapdock is a keyboard and display combination that connects to the Motorola Droid Bionic for a netbook styke experience.  The lapdock was originally introduced with the Motorola Atrix 4G on AT&T.   It’s been widely speculated that abnormally high pricing for an accessory led to sluggish sales.

Taking the lapdock into consideration with the fact tp that we reported Thursday that Verizon had added the official training module to their employee training site with an end date of September 1st and we should be looking at an in store date as early as September 1st or September 8th.

With hopes of a Verizon Samsung Galaxy S II the Motorola Droid Bionic is the hottest thing expected on Big Red this month.

5 Replies to “Motorola Droid Bionic Webtop Accessories Show Up In Verizon Wireless Stores”

  1. For my money, the lapdock accessory has truly made the Bionic a
    production device as much as a consumption device. A tablet (iPad,
    Android or otherwise) is still a limited device and most Web sites serve
    mobile pages to them. The lapdock gives a full-blown Firefox browser.

  2. Several speculations had been made about the Droid Bionic well so far it is receiving good feedback’s based on it’s features posted on several sites but still those features and specs are just speculations 

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  3. Actually, comparing images of the Photon, Bionic and the Atrix in front

    of me, the hdmi and usb connectors don’t match. The Photon and Bionic

    may have the same configuration, hard to tell exactly from images, but

    the Motorola Atrix connectors don’t match either. So the docks will not work

    between the newer phones and the Atrix.

  4. Hello,
    The Motorola Droid Bionic has been buzzing around the internet for quite some time, it’s caused a lot of confusion and chaos through out the internet. The Bionic was supposed to be one of Verizon’s first handsets to be fully LTE-equipped. But due to complications, the project was dumped – but the name Droid Bionic does still live on a phone that was formally known as the Motorola Targa.


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