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Motorola to keep Lapdock, Android business focus in 2012

Motorola to keep Lapdock, Android business focus in 2012

Motorola to keep Lapdock, Android business focus in 2012
News from Electronista:

Motorola chat shows Lapdock staying put

Motorola’s mobile device VP Christy Wyatt in an interview Friday committed her company to the Lapdock concept. In speaking with AllThingsD, she saw notebook docks like the Lapdock 100 still being important to consolidation. People don’t want to be “carrying 52 cords and 52 chargers and multiple data plans,” she said, so it made sense to give them a way to extend the main device they have.

Wyatt hinted there might be different ways than just the Lapdock as well. “I do think you are going to see us continue to go down that path,” she said. “That can take many forms.”

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