The Lapdocks of Motorola for Its Future Smartphones like Google Do Not

In the last hours are checking as Google It seems to be tightening the belt hard (though also which may seem that it is removed to whip more than one). In addition to the closure of Motorola in a lot of countries (including Spain), also become news on the strategy to follow with the accessories of the House.

The innovators”Lapdocks”, which consist of a dock that makes our mobile laptop use to connect it to the, they do not accompany the new Smarpthones American House now.

Google does not want to make Android in a desktop system, In contrast to the strategy that offered companies such as Microsoft with its Windows 8 tablets and desktops.

Verizon, one of the American operators that sells the mentioned “Lapdock,” has lowered the price of the dock from 100 to 50 dollars as a measure to get rid of existing stock. New generation such as the Motorola RAZR HD terminals already do not incorporate the “Webtop” application, responsible for operating this system.

In addition to the Motorola RAZR HD, Google has ordered delete this feature all new terminals Motorola expected to appear in a not-too-distant future as the Motorola RAZR, and the RAZR MAXX HD.

Motorola launches a desktop with Android in China

The other side of this news It is information that comes from China: Motorola has launched a terminal desktop that uses Android as an operating system. Really curious and contradictory.

Well, the above table has actually “trick”, since it’s really a low-cost tablet adapted to a computer format (we assume that low cost also) to grab something humble Chinese pockets market.

The specifications the computer in question are:

  • Freescale i.MX53 ARM Cortex A8 1 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB DDR RAM, 4 GB NAND flash
  • Screen LED 18.5 inch (1366 × 768 @ 60 Hz, 16:9 Pan)
  • 2.3.4 Gingerbread Android, Launcher customized with improved desktop experience
  • Integration of TV and video with a dedicated client
  • Connection of Broadband using EuroDOCSIS and LAN (PPPoE / DHCP +, etc.)

Curious contrast information, right?