HP have launched, what they believe is, the first built-for-business mobile device to offer phablet, laptop and desktop business productivity in a single device.
The new HP Elite x3 with Windows 10 mobile is hoping to be the solution for businesses on the go, with no compromises on functionality in each of its modes. It will use the latest innovations from Microsoft, Qualcomm Technologies and Salesforce to provide the ‘next generation of computing’ and meet user expectations.
Dion Weisler, President and Chief Exec Officer, HP Inc. said, “commercial mobility is prime for disruption, and has never seen innovation at this scale. The HP Elite x3 is a revolutionary mobile platform that enables mobility and computing to come together in a truly meaningful way. Together with the strength of our partners, we’re propelling the industry forward and turning the promise of mobile productivity into a reality for customers.”
Key Features include:
Continuum in Windows 10 offers multi-screen transitions between a phone and desktop PC.
Optional HP Desk Dock with wired Ethernet
Optional Mobile Extender where no data is stored for security
Faster charging with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Technology
HP Workspace allows access to apps
Full keyboard and mouse experience when using Desk Dock or Mobile Extender
Partnered with CRM platform, Salesforce.
Michael Park, VP and GM of Mobility, HP Inc. added, “our customer insights indicated that there are a group of commercial customers where their needs for mobility and PC-level productivity are not being met. The HP Elite x3 is where we see the future of computing heading – one device that can truly act like every device.”
The HP Elite x3 will be available this summer and will be complemented by the release of two mobile printers by HP, one in April and one later on in the year.