Price options and exact release date have yet to be revealed
After introducing the Lapdock 100 for some of its high-end Android smartphones, Motorola Mobility decided to go even further and announced a new enhanced accessory fully compatible with the new DROID RAZR, the Lapdock 500 Pro.The new Motorola Lapdock 500 Pro measures 337.5mm x 249.8mm x 21.9mm and comes with a large 14-inch high-resolution screen, which turns the DROID RAZR into a full desktop PC.
In addition, the device features a full QWERTY keyboard with dedicated Android keys, an integrated webcam, VGA output, an SD card reader and an Ethernet connection.
According to Motorola, Lapdock 500 Pro supports full multitasking and features high-quality audio, and full desktop-like browsing via Firefox browser.
It is also worth mentioning that the device is compatible with a wide range of printers and allows users to print documents via the integrated MOTOPRINT application.
Furthermore, the integrated Ethernet connection is rated for up to 100Mbps (megabits per second) speeds.
With the integrated webcam, business customers can easily attend to any virtual meeting and video conference with colleagues and friends.
Unlike Lapdock 100, the new Lapdock 500 Pro features a larger trackpad that supports two-finger scrolling, allowing for easier navigation within long documents or websites and through the phone's screens.
The VGA output comes in handy when users need to share presentations, videos or a website on with larger groups.
They will simply need to connect the Lapdock 500 Pro to an office projector or monitor and everything will work smoothly.
An SD card reader and two USB ports are also included within the Lapdock 500 Pro, which help users transfer content to and from the smartphone.
Moreover, with Motorola's latest PC-like file manager, users can view, copy, paste, move or delete files on their smartphone, SD card or external drive much easier.
Although Lapdock 500 Pro is currently compatible with Motorola RAZR, the company stated it will be compatible with future Motorola webtop-enabled smartphones.