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January 6, 2011 at 4:24 PM

CES 2011: Video of Motorola Atrix phone docking to a laptop

LAS VEGAS — A new smartphone from Motorola, the Atrix, is so powerful it can serve as the guts of a laptop. AT&T and Motorola showed off the phone at the show. It will start selling in the first quarter of this year.

Here is a video with Rick Hartwig, senior director marketing for Motorola, showing the phone from the CES floor. The phone has a dual-core processor, 1 gigabyte of RAM, comes with 16 GB of memory, has a fingerprint scanner built in and the battery can last 8 hours. It can dock to a dumb laptop with a keyboard and monitor and power the laptop. Motorola and AT&T have not announced pricing.

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