Get HP Elite x3 and become more productive

HP describes the Elite X3 as "the power and productivity of a PC, the versatility of a tablet, and the connectivity of a smartphone in the palm of your hand."

Elite x3 is 5.96 inches diagonally (WQHD 2560x1440) with a AMOLED Display. It has dual-biometrics with iris and finger print scanners. The battery appears to be reasonable with a rating of 4150 mAhs. It can be charged inductively keeping it on a charger pad (Qi Standard). It is both IP-67 (dust and water immersion resistant) rated as well as MIL-STD 810 G  which makes it even battle worthy. It has 64Gb of internal memory, 4Gb Ram. This is an enterprise class smart phone with Windows 10.

Boost your productivity with HP Elite x3 Lap Dock (looks like a lap top) which connects wirelessly with Miracast over 802.11acc 2x2 Wi-Fi. Windows Continuum orchestrates all processing activities. You can do the same with a desktop with a Desk Dock.

This video shows the ease of using the docks.

Here is video of the Lap Dock.

HP Elite x3 Lap Dock Specifications (Windows Central site):

Display                              Nearly borderless 12.5-inch LED FHD (1920x1080)
Audio                                Bang and Olufsen stereo speakers
Ports and Connectors        3 x USB Type C, Micro HDMI, Stereo headphone jack
Input                                  Backlit, spill-resistant keyboard, Touchpad
Dimensions                       111.37 x 7.91 x 0.54 in.
Weight                              2.3 lb
Battery                              4-cell (46.5 Whr)

If you have a HP Elite x3 Desk Dock you can do the same pairing with a desktop. Again, Windows Continuum orchestrates all processing activities.

The Desk Dock has a USB port for connecting to phone, 3 USB 3.0 ports, keyboard, mouse or other accessories. It also has Ethernet jack for wired connection. It is also a fast charger for the phone's battery when it is docked.

The launch date is fast approaching and visit HP for pricing information.

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