Linux all-in-one phone and computer so near, so far

For six months I longed for the Motorola Atrix Android smartphone first announced in January. That was, until I got one and reality fell short of my utopian vision. Now I must beseech Motorola, telcos and Linux hackers alike to bring my dream to fruition.
Motorola hit headlines as the year kicked off by announcing a top-end high-powered Android smartphone dubbed the Atrix during CES at Las Vegas.

Dual-core processors, nVidia chipset, 1Gb internal RAM … the specifications went on but I fell into glazed torpor as soon as I spied the collection of docking accessories designed for it.

The Atrix, you see, was no mere smartphone. It was a super device, capable of replacing your mobile phone, your laptop, your in-car navigation, your desktop computer and home media centre all with one central gadget and smart peripherals.

Read more at iTWire

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