Motorola Tries To Turn Users Phones Into a Computer a Decade After The Failed Atrix 4G Laptop Dock

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A lot has changed since Motorola’s Atrix 4G lapdock took place a decade back. However, a decade after, Motorola is taking another stab at turning a phone into a computer. Through an Android update, Edge Plus users can now connect the handset to a bigger screen for a desktop-style experience similar to that of Samsung’s Dex.

The new “Ready For” platform uses a multi-window interface that launches when users connect to a screen through the USB-C or HDML port. It will also be used for everything ranging from editing work documents and making video calls to playing Fortnite and also watching Netflix.

For more information you can read the original article on Engaget

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