DROID RAZR Accessory Pricing Revealed


Wondering how much you’ll need to spend on the accessories you want for the DROID RAZR alongside the cost for the phone itself? Our friends at Droid-Life have gotten their hands on price sheet for everything you can expect to see flaunting next to one of the thinnest smartphones in America. We’ve got the Lapdock 100 for $200, the Lapdock 500 for $300 and HDMI docks for $60 and $100. Take a look at the full breakdown in the photo above.

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  1. LOL no one will ever buy a LapDock.

    1. Are you referring to the price?
      I think the lapdock looks like a great idea…just a bit overpriced (right now). It will come down.

      I’m not buying a Razr and I don’t think the GN will have that as an accessory.

    2. ? at $99 its an awesome idea, at $199 it’s getting close.. so whats your beef?

  2. What’s the difference between the laptop docks

    1. 3 inches. The expensive one is a 14″.

    2. I can’t tell all the difference but the way the phone docks in is one difference. One mounts right into the lapdock while the other uses a cable. I wouldn’t surprised to see a difference in battery size but not much else.

  3. 300 for a lapdock? right. ppl might actualy buy them once they are marked down to 99 bucks and the phoen is free after being out 9 months.

  4. You probably don’t work for a company then that gives out cellphones to its employees… My work gives me a cellphone and lapdocks are subsidized by our company now too

  5. The laptop dock might just have me choose the RAZR over the Nexus. It is a little high though. $150 is fair.

  6. I thought they were suppose to some out with a universal dock for about $100 that works for any Motorola Smart phone????

  7. I think the 100 is the universal dock.

  8. I have the 300 dollar lapdock for the bionic…love it.

  9. If somebody really wants a keyboard, then for about $100 more one can get the new Asus Transformer Prime coming this Nov.

  10. Moto always comes with a great accessory lineup.

  11. Does anyone ever buy these? Why would you spend $300 on a “lapdock”? Just use your damn computer.

    1. Clearly the point here is missed entirely… the ‘lapdock’ would REPLACE ‘your damn computer’.

      Personally, I couldn’t do it, but there are plenty of people out there who can function on his hardware alone.

      Simply surfing the net and checking emails? A full-fledged computer isn’t needed.

      1. If you’re spending $300, you might as well get a computer that can do more than simply surf the net and check emails.

        1. Yea…like Im going to replace my Dell Studio XPS 15.4″ LED, core i5, 8gb memory and a 500GB HDD (which scores 6.4 in Windows score index) which cost me $400! My laptop is easily 5x more powerful and useful than any Android. Nice try AGAIN Motorola!!!!!!!!

  12. $59.99 for a piece of plastic with an HDMI plug on it? Seriously?

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