Motorola's OneCompute uses a Moto Mod and a dock to turn the Moto Z into a desktop computer
The dock includes three USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI jack, and a power connector. Users will use the dock to connect to a monitor, a mouse and a QWERTY keyboard. Similar to Microsoft's Continuum, OneCompute doesn't seem to be that far away from being a finished product.
During the event held by Motorola on Thursday, the company said that the Moto Mods would first be available later this summer. Perhaps OneCompute will be ready to go by then. The Moto Mods connect to the Moto Z through the use of 16 magnetic pins.
While Motorola did make some changes to the Android platform for OneCompute, much of the interface does resemble what you might see on an Android tablet. Check out OneCompute by clicking on the video below.