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Motorola Multimedia Desktop Charger

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Android Motorola Multimedia Desktop Charger

Product Description

Watch and share your HD videos or pictures on your big screen by connecting your Multimedia Desktop Charger for Android phone to your HDTV with a standard HDMI cable (not included.)

Your Android phone fits just right even with the case on or with an extra capacity battery or wireless charging door.  Use your additional adapter fit plate to get your perfect fit.

Customize your application for a personalized experience and they will instantly launch when docked.


  • Custom fit for Android phone
  • Rapid wall charger
  • Additional adapter plate
  • Quick start guide
  • Connect to an HDTV to display media
  • Fits with case or extended battery


androidcentral Expert Review

Motorola Droid 3 Desktop Dock review
Reviewed by Phil Nickinson
What's the Droid 3 without accessories, right? Here's a quick look at the official Motorola Desktop Dock for the Droid 3, which offers up a stylish and simple way to present and use your Droid 3 on any flat surface, while providing HDMI and analog audio out, as well as charging it in the process.

You can have the desktop dock in any color you want, so long as it's black. It's lightweight by not topheavy, and it's done up in a mix of glossy and matte finish. On the rear of the dock you have ports for HDMI out, a 3.5mm audio jack, and microUSB power. The dock comes with an AC adapter, but you're on your own for the HDMI cable.


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Star Star Star Star Star Cool toy
User: Margaret M, Sep 1, 2011
Pros: Droid fits snugly into device
Cons: have to remove our protective case back (front can stay on) to mount
Ive had it a few days, and each time you plug in your droid, it asks you if you want a bedside clock or working calendar type of display. I think its great.
Star Star Star Star Star A good dock, that takes a bit of getting used to.
User: Adam S, Aug 10, 2011
Pros: Connectivity Options (HDMI, and Audio)
Cons: Can be difficult to fit, dock goes to powerpoint only.
This dock for the Droid 3 is well made, but there are a few things to keep in mind (some of which may be obvious, but Im not sure).

- The power source (or the USB port on the dock) must be plugged into an AC power source. You cant plug the dock into your PC.
It will neither charge, nor have PC connectivity if you plug the dock into the PC - you can only plug the dock into AC power.

Those hoping to have the dock sit next to their PC and dock for PC connectivity will be disappointed.

- The phone can take a bit of handling to get into the dock. I found it works best if the side with the connectors (the right side in the horizontal position) is eased into the dock first. Get the connectors on the right side lined up first, and then lower the left side of the phone.

Using this dock, you will get scratches on your phone near your connectors. That is, when youre trying to dock it, its easy to scratch your phone when youre trying to get the plugs of the dock and your connectors to line up.

Ive been using it a week and find the area near the connectors has been quite noticably scratched by me trying to fit the phone into the dock. Not a big deal for me personally, but something to be aware of.

- When the phone is in the dock, it stays in. You can tip the dock upside down, and itll stay in.

So it can be a bit of a pain if you need to undock it when its a fair distance away, or its the middle of the night. (When Im reaching from bed to undock it, it can require a bit of force - I occasionally find I pick up the dock along with the phone).

Once again, pulling first from the side with the connectors helps this, but its still something to be aware of.

I havent tested the other connectivity options (HDMI and 3.5mm audio), but its good that theyre there - so thats a plus.

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