They say that a smartphone is only as good as its accessories, and if that's the case, then the Bionic must be among the best. (Okay, they don't really say that, but everyone loves extra stuff for their phone.)
We've taken a look at what Moto has to offer in way of extras for its new flagship, and decided to put together a list for those who may be new to Motorola devices, or perhaps Android in general.
HD Docking Station
We found out earlier today that this little baby would cost a cool $99, but it was unclear exactly what you get for your money. Turns out that the HD station almost turns your Bionic into a full computer, allowing you to plug up to an external monitor or HDTV or add USB accessories with the additional USB ports and take advantage of the built-in webtop interface. Of course, if you like to keep it simple, you can also use the HD Station to utilize the HDMI out and mirror-mode to watch videos or view pictures on a bigger screen.
Much like the Lapdock accessory for the Atrix 4G, this transforms your Bionic into a full laptop.
...because who wants to try to use GPS with the device in their lap?
Webtop Travel Adapter
So, you're heading out on a trip, but want to keep the load as light as possible? No problem -- toss the Webtop Travel Adapter in your bag and turn any HDTV into a PC in an instant.
If you have a lot of emails or other business to handle with your Bionic, there's a good chance you'll be typing quite a bit. The virtual keyboard may be convenient, but let's be honest -- it's not made for heavy data entry. For that, there's a full bluetooth keyboard; combine it with the HD dock for a near-PC experience.
Looking for a simple way to turn your $600 smartphone into a $15 alarm clock? Look no further than the Standard Dock. If you like the idea of a dock, but don't want all the bells and whistles that the HD dock has to offer, this is the accessory for you.
Yeah, it looks just like the HD Dock. This one just has less ports.
For more info on all these accessories, check out Moto's official Bionic accessory page.