The Motorola DROID Bionic will feature several optional accessories when it launches, and so far we’ve only known about the HD station and the LapDock, which essentially converts your DROID Bionic into a netbook, a concept that was debuted on the Motorola Atrix 4G earlier this year during CES. Now it appears that yet another accessory will be made available for the DROID Bionic, which is the Webtop Adapter.
Quite a while back Motorola announced that the Webtop Adapter would be made available for their higher-end phone models, and we guess the DROID Bionic (given its specs) can be considered to be one of their higher-end phone models.
For those unfamiliar with the Webtop Adapter, it plugs into the Bionic’s HDMI and micro USB port, which is then connected to a HDMI cable which then connects to a TV or monitor. It allows you to create, edit or share documents such as photos, videos, PowerPoint presentations on the go so long there’s a monitor or HDTV available. Sounds pretty handy, especially if you’re the type of user that has to be extremely mobile and give presentations often.
Unfortunately no word on pricing but so far the DROID Bionic is shaping up to be a pretty powerful device with multiple uses!
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