Those with a lapdock or webtop adapter....Here's a preview of the new webtop app included in the upcoming ICS update.
ICS Motorola Webtop Beta 3.0 on DROID RAZR 4.0.3 - YouTube
on 04/03/2012 – Made popular on 04/03/2012
Somewhere out there are a handful of Motorola DROID RAZR smartphones with a leaked Android 4.0 build. In addition to the standard frills of ICS, there was mention of updated WebTop software in the form of WebTop 3.0 Beta.
I don't currently own a Webtop enabled phone but I have wanted one for a while now. I am on Sprint and have a SERO account which I would like to hang onto so when I heard about the Motorola Photon Q I watched it with a lot of interest. As more info kept being released I got more and more disappointed.
I keep looking at the refurbished Lapdock 100 for $49 over at DailySteals.com, and wonder if it's worth it. Ia there anyone out there who can tell me if the Lapdock is worthwhile? How well does it function with Webtop 3.0? And is it a foregone conclusion that Webtop will be completely removed from the Razr and Razr Maxx when (or if) the official Jellybean update comes?
Despite having been such a groundbreaking platform, the days of using a laptop dock are coming to an end. In a statement made earlier today, Motorola has announced its plans to kill of its Webtop program and line of laptop docks, first unveiled alongside the Atrix 4G at CES 2011.
“Motorola’s Webtop app helps users extend their smartphone experience to larger screens.
In the no shocker news for today, Motorola and Google has put an end to Webtop’s misery. Motorola has either announced or released a few phones lately, and you never heard a word about Webtop or the Lapdocks. Verizon is actually unloading the Lapdock 100′s for $50.
Some people actually think the latest version (3.0) was pretty good, but I have to be honest, I never used it.
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