I couldn't resist this time - we love you, Canadians! And soon, you will in turn love Motorola, as it is bringing one of CES's most radical and breakthrough Android devices - the Atrix 4G - to The Land Owt & Aboot. Bell, Canada's 2nd largest mobile carrier, put up this "Coming Soon" page (available in French here), promising the Tegra 2 powered laptop commander... well, soon. There is no word on exact availability just yet, but Bell is offering a convenient signup form for when things start moving.
In case you've missed the announcement, the Atrix 4G was unveiled at CES last week, and we've got some brief hands-on time with it right over here. This absolute monster of a phone comes with a dual-core 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4" qHD screen, a giant 1930 mAh battery, and a fingerprint scanner. In addition to being a standalone mobile device, the Atrix 4G can be plugged into special docks, thereby turning into a relatively full-fledged computer, running a desktop grade Linux blend called Webtop.
So to sum it up, yes, you want it.