Hello all, first post here!
The Motorola Lapdock has a micro USB port and a micro HDMI port, as well as 2 USB ports on the back. I feel like this is a perfect device to make a Pi Netbook. One HDMI (male) to the lapdocks micro HDMI (female). One micro USB (male) to the lapdocks USB (male) plugged in for power (that is what the Pi uses correct?), one USB (male) to lapdocks micro USB (female) so that the Pi can use the lapdocks trackpad and keyboard as they are just HID devices. Use the second USB port (Model B) for a tiny Wi-Fi dongle. There you now have a self contained netbook. The best part is that the total cost would be around $100. The Lapdock goes on sale (like it is right now) for $50 http://1saleaday.com/wireless/.....FID=178621
the Model B Pi is $35 and you should be able to get the cables for around $15 if you don't already have some from your phone or other electronics that could be used/modified.
The next step would be to build a case for the Pi to sit where the Atrix does on the lapdock.
Also I have a question that someone with more experience could hopefully answer.. Do devices plugged into the lapdocks USB ports also get recognized by whatever is plugged into the micro USB port of the lapdock?