Thanks to AT&T bumping up the Motorola Atrix 4G's launch date, it's available today to high-end Android-starved customers on Ma Bell's network. For only $199.99 and a two-year contract, you too can own the Tegra 2-fueled Atrix 4G, or you can pony up $499.99 for an Atrix 4G/laptop dock combo (which requires a $45/month Data Pro + Tethering pack). Unsurprisingly, there are other retailers besides ATT offering Moto's newest handset, and they've got some pretty deep discounts available if you don't mind buying your phone from someone other than your carrier. Amazon and RadioShack are both offering the Atrix for $149.99, while WalMart is selling the device for a mere $129.99. That deal is only available until Thursday, though, so there's no time to be indecisive!
The Atrix 4G has some pretty awesome specs, including a 4-inch qHD display, Tegra 2, and a big honkin' 1930mAh battery to power the whole package. I'm not completely sold on the $500 laptop dock, but if you think you'd get enough use out of it to purchase one, it looks like a great way to browse the Web while both using and charging your Atrix. If any of you decide to take the plunge and pick up the Atrix 4G, be sure to let us know what you think of it below. And if you're on the fence, check out Aaron's unboxing and hands-on right here.