Re: Moto Lapdock..
I still have a Lapdock with Bionic (Vzw version of Atrix) as a backup for my Razr HD. I can attach the Razr with extension cables for USB and HDMI, but it is clumsy, and without Webtop (thinking Google applied some pressure after they took over Moto to help their Chrome OS?) it is ugly to boot. I could tweak the DPI resolution to make better use of the 11" screen, but it would still be a phone UI instead of the more elegant Webtop (3 - 2 was kinda cool in a different way, but buggy, and got upgraded to 3 when Moto went from GB to ICS). I keep considering going back to the Bionic/Labdock combo since that could let me travel without a personal PC (but still having to tote the ball-and-chain unit for my job, though).
This Asus unit could be a lot more interesting if one could dual boot to Linux in tablet mode, or switch Android to a a more desktop type UI ala Webtop. CyanogenMod or Ubuntu Phone could also be attractive options. Add in a close-fitting keyboard cover like those for iPad Mini, and put a trackpoint on it (no space-wasting, twitchy touchpad, PLEASE), and I would be all in (well, add a Vzw model, altho my T-Mobile account should be able use the AT&T radios, right?).