There’s an Entertainment Center user interface that you can work with the included infrared remote control. This remote control works as a physical version of the on-screen controller you’ll see when you use a direct HDMI connection. The Bluetooth mouse and keyboard work as well as you’d expect, connection never shorting out so long as you’re powered up.
The keyboard is slick especially as it’s got several Android app shortcut buttons as well as a full keyboard experience. The chiclet keys here are much easier to use than the keyboard on the much more expensive laptop dock. And you know what? You can connect this to a much bigger screen, one you’ve more than likely already got handy if you’re the sort of person that’s looking into grabbing an ATRIX 4G.
For the rest of the ATRIX 4G review, head on back to the post Motorola ATRIX 4G Review and devour the phone that’s got all sorts of eyeballs being sought.
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