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I haven't made my mind on a price yet on the lapdock. Have really had the time to research pricing either. My end goal is a lapdock 500 just to see what the 10/100 and card reader chipsets are. I'd then find external usb devices with the same chipsets for atrix/lapdock100 users to expand functionality.
I work as a tech in a Sprint store. Considering that it's the lowest I've ever been paid for a tech position, the drawbacks outweigh the benifits. Quitting also gives me the chance to go back to school for my degree. So don't worry, I'm not leaving Sprint as a carrier or the MoPho.
It doesn't support extended screen, it just mirrors the display.
There is a button on the keyboard you press, the toggles the VGA display on/off.
One press is shows on the lapdock AND the projector,
a second press it doesn't show on the lapdock and ONLY shows on the projector,
and a 3rd press turns the projector off and only displays on the lapdock.
Looks like they stole your idea: http://www.ubuntu.com/devices/android
Still not back yet but wanted to say that I 've been aware of their project for some time now. I see it more as validation of the hard work all the webtop modders have put in. I also see the public response to Canonical's announcement as proof that we're not crazy.
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