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Review: Motorola Atrix 4G blurs line between laptop and smartphone

So tablets aren't your thing, but you like the idea of a mobile computer? Try on the Atrix for size. It's the next generation of smartphones (aka NirvanaPhones); just plug your smartphone into a docking station with a screen, keyboard and battery, and you just turned your phone into a laptop.

It's been a week since I returned it to AT&T, and I still have the Atrix on my mind. It really was a snazzy  tool for business travelers... yet too expensive to commit my love. Be aware that it's not fast enough to flawlessly stream videos, although I did watch a full 30 Rock episode on Hulu and just put up with the choppiness. (4G ain't always what you hope it to be.) Review video below, full print review here.

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afuentes

Great review

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