At CES 2011, Motorola unveiled the Atrix 4G, a Tegra 2 based smartphone. Today, Motorola has also showcased in their video how the smartphone is able to adapt to different docks in different environments. Look inside for more information…

With the launch of the Motorola Atrix 4G at CES 2011, Motorola and Google have been working together to provide a seemingless experience for users using the smartphone. One example would be the laptop dock introduced by Motorola, allowing users to convert their mobile phone to a laptop, for a better mobile experience!

With Google having its own Chrome OS, Chrome browser, Android OS for mobile phones and Google TV, it is set to revolutionise the way devices connect. For example, when the Atrix 4G is docked in the living room, it will auto connect to Google TV and output the video to the television. When the phone is docked in the bedroom, it recognises the dock and the phone converts to an alarm clock.

Check out the video below to see how the Atrix 4G works with smarter docks in different environments.

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Source: Androidandme News