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The Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone boasts enough power to drive an optional laptop dock. It is AT&T's first smartphone to carry the 4G label, even though the company is not scheduled to start deploying its long-term evolution (LTE) network until later this year. The carrier says data speeds with the Atrix will reach a maximum of 14.4 Mb per second. The Atrix comes with Android version 2.2, dual-core 1 GHz processors, 1GB of RAM, and 16Gb of internal storage, which can be expanded to up to 48 GB via its microSD card slot. The dock includes a full screen and keyboard and USB ports. It is made of magnesium alloy, is about a half-inch thick, and weighs 2.4 pounds.

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these stupid rectangles insult my intelligence to the point I get stupor.
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