By Stephen Schenck | October 27, 2011 8:02 PM
Today marks the first day of pre-orders for Motorola’s Droid RAZR on Verizon. Once it gets here, apparently around November 10, there will be no shortage of accessories for the smartphone. If you were thinking of picking some up on launch day, pricing for the group has leaked, revealing what you’ll have to shell out to do so.
Verizon will be selling some of the new Webtop accessories in its stores, including two new models of Lapdock. That good news here is that, while they’re still more expensive than many users might be able to justify, especially when you add that together with the cost of the RAZR itself, they’re not as bad they could be. The Lapdock 100 especially, at just around $200, is nearing the point where it could become a sensible accessory for a smartphone come on, $150!
We also see the MOTOACTV Android-powered fitness watches that Motorola revealed alongside the RAZR, and there are no surprises here: $250/8GB and $300/16GB. One thing to note is that Verizon won’t be keeping stocks in-store, so don’t expect to show up and walk out with one.