14 Images and Hands-On with Motorola's New Atrix 4G

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gr3atl10n

You guys are alway "really lucky to get your hands on".

Looks really cool. I wonder if anyone is already using this name also.

Does make for some uber collectible memorabilia, if therss a market in 20 years. LOL

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b.knighthorse

I  got one a few days after launch, been watching it since CES. This thing is a great phone, smoking fast and the screen looks great. I got the phone only, didn't see any point to wasting my cash on the laptop (maybe if it was like $150 I'd consider buying it). Only downside I've seen so far is AT&T, granted I never lose the "4G" signal it still doesn't seem all that much faster then my old phone when it comes to downloads. Browsing however is pretty zippy.

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b.knighthorse

I  got one a few days after launch, been watching it since CES. This thing is a great phone, smoking fast and the screen looks great. I got the phone only, didn't see any point to wasting my cash on the laptop (maybe if it was like $150 I'd consider buying it). Only downside I've seen so far is AT&T, granted I never lose the "4G" signal it still doesn't seem all that much faster then my old phone when it comes to downloads. Browsing however is pretty zippy.

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MeanSquare

It's pretty simple really.  Firefox already exists for Android OS (although still in Beta), whereas Chrome does not.  There are some great browsers for Android OS, but Chrome isn't among them.

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Mighty BOB!

"-We're puzzled as to why a Google OS device would use Firefox as its primary browser as opposed to Chrome. Very strange."

 

Possibly because Microsoft got their butts sued off for bundling IE with Windows?  Google doesn't want that to happen to them as well.  Pure speculation of course.

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TheMurph

Or... that Firefox actually pairs better with the Linux-based Android OS than Android's default browser.

http://gigaom.com/mobile/firefox-for-android-2x-faster-than-native-browser/

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vistageek

My touch pro 2 running windows mobile stock has had those features since it was lauched. I give powerpoints and show videos in class with it, hooked up to the projector.

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