HP Elite x3 - smarter than a smartphone
That's the battle cry from HP Inc solution providers who are cheering the company's bid to redefine the commercial mobile computing landscape with a handheld device that looks like a smartphone, but eliminates the need to switch between a notebook and a laptop and a smartphone.
The power of the sleek Windows 10 mobile hand held device with a 5.96-inch display comes from its ability to pair with HP Mobile Extender and Desk Dock to deliver a next-generation mobile experience with seamless access to legacy Windows apps. "This is hard work," says HP Inc vice president of mobility Michael Park of the Elite x3 development effort. "A lot of this stuff has never been done before. It was all driven from 'how do we create a next-gen computing experience that takes mobility and desktop productivity and puts it together.'"
Although the product is not yet priced and will not be available until the winter, partners are already lining up sales and services initiatives to wrap around the Elite x3.