US technology giant AT&T will be offering Motorola's powerful Atrix 4G smartphone device in its stores from February 22nd.
The company said that people who have pre-ordered the device to be delivered to their doorstep will get it a day earlier than those who have pre-ordered the device to pick up from an AT&T store.
The device, which runs on Android 2.2 and powered by a dual core 1 Ghz processor, will be available on a two year contract for $199. The phone comes with 1 GB of RAM and will be able to connect to AT&T's HSPA+ 4G network.
One key feature that sets Atrix apart is its ability to dock with desktop monitors, TVs and laptops to allow users to view the contents of the phone via a Linux based platform running on Mozilla Firefox.
The laptop dock for the device is available for $500 with no strings attached, or can also be bought for $300 on a $20 per month subscription with monthly data increasing from 2GB to 4GB and offering tethering capabilities with other laptops.
The desktop monitor dock is available for $190 and comes with a mouse, a keyboard and a remote control. The smartphone can also be connected to a TV via an HDMI cable.