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Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 3587
10 Feb 2019 11:25





Adam A

Posts 14
10 Feb 2019 11:37


I remember this game, cant remember the name, was it like 1991 when I got it on my amiga 500, it has a bubble bubble style
 
 
  wait a second, a laptop called Motorola? finally we got a vampire laptop :D


ExiE CZEX

Posts 29
10 Feb 2019 12:26


Rodland it is :-) Loved that one.
 
I guess you ripped off old guts and put inside standalone Vampire V4?


Lord Aga
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 69
10 Feb 2019 12:36


ExiE CZEX wrote:

  I guess you ripped off old guts and put inside standalone Vampire V4?
 

 
  I would call an Atrix dock. I believe it had made appearances before :)


ExiE CZEX

Posts 29
10 Feb 2019 13:14


Lord Aga wrote:

  I would call an Atrix dock. I believe it had made appearances before :)

My bad :-)


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 799
10 Feb 2019 19:03


Its not bad, its nice cheat. Its juts "smartphone laptop frontend", so Vamp can be somehow hooked to it.  I am not sure could you real take a standalone and astrix easily around ... :-( Unless we shrink Vamp to mimic Motorola tablet >:)
 
  AT&T made for Motorola Android device, an interesting unrelated of Amiga unrelated US product :)
 
  Something like
  EXTERNAL LINK 
  Laptop dock for the Motorola ATRIX 4G for a more interactive computer-like experience from your smartphone
  Large 11.6-inch screen and full keyboard make it easy for you to browse and work
  When ATRIX 4G is docked, the webtop application opens with full desktop Firefox web browser with support for Adobe Flash
  Super thin design and weighs just 2.4 pounds--easily slips into your bag just like a laptop
  Internal rechargeable battery provides up to 8 hours of use
 
  Customers are quite satisfied
  https://www.amazon.com/AT-Laptop-Dock-Motorola-ATRIX/dp/B004M17D62#customerReviews


Teemu Korvenpää

Posts 26
11 Feb 2019 08:59


Looks like Lenovo consumer machine (in Motorola brand) Whats special on this?


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 799
11 Feb 2019 10:23


Teemu Korvenpää wrote:

Looks like Lenovo consumer machine (in Motorola brand) Whats special on this?

I believe nothing but that standalone can use it as power supply, keyboard and mouse and monitor. But then again quite enough.


Michael Borrmann

Posts 50
11 Feb 2019 17:33


Or it's just an old laptop running UAE... :D

Gunnar, please enlighten us... :)


Roy Gillotti

Posts 238
11 Feb 2019 17:40


Michael Borrmann wrote:

  Or it's just an old laptop running UAE... :D
 
  Gunnar, please enlighten us... :)
 

 
  It's a motorola Lapdock designed specifically for the Motorola ATRIX phone line, there was a few iteration made. It's a common thing for people to attach it other mobile devices, Raspberry Pi's and other single board computers to it.


Teemu Korvenpää

Posts 26
14 Feb 2019 07:09


so its kind zombie pc just kb +  monitor + inputs :)


Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 3587
14 Feb 2019 07:33


Teemu Korvenpää wrote:

so its kind zombie pc just kb +  monitor + inputs :)

Zombie + Vampire :)

The Laptop is designed as "empty"
The Laptop has Monitor, and Speaker, and Keyboard and the battery -
but its designed that the "computing" is done outside of it.
This means you need to attach a "computer" to it on the back.
The V4-Standalone is plugged into it on the back.

The battery of the LAPTOP powers the V4-SA.
This gives you a mobile AMIGA.



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