Say hello to the latest Atrix

Boasting a big 4.5-inch screen, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, fast processor, and 4G LTE, the $99.99 Motorola Atrix HD is a pretty good deal on AT&T.
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Basic typing

Aside from the Swype input method, the Atrix HD offers a simple virtual keyboard nearly identical to the stock Android ICS layout.
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Thin as a Razr

The Atrix HD definitely has a thinness reminiscent of the Droid Razr. It measures just a third of an inch at its trimmest point.
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Dual ports

On the top edge of the Motorola Atrix HD are Micro-USB and Micro-HDMI ports.
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Kevlar style

The Motorola Atrix HD rocks a Kevlar-coated back plate just like its Droid Razr siblings on Verizon.
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Good and bad apps

You'll find some useful apps preinstalled on the Motorola Atrix HD. Unfortunately many other installed apps are bloatware that can't be removed.
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Moto's special UI

It may not be the Motoblur of old, but Motorola adds special UI tweaks like templates for adding Android home screens.
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Unlock it

You unlock the Atrix HD by dragging the key icon to the right. Moving it left, up, and down will quickly launch often-used phone functions.
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