Pre-orders for HP's Elite x3 go live in the US through Microsoft
phone through the form factor of a laptop. And, when you get home and want to be as productive as possible, the company's included Desk Dock transforms your phone into a full-fledged Windows 10 PC through the power of Continuum.Back in February, HP took the wraps off of the company's Elite x3. The Elite x3 is the company's latest smartphone, and it makes quite the first impression with its massive 5.96-inch display. And as impressive as that may be, that's not even the most intriguing aspect about this device. You see, the HP Elite x3 is created to be your all-in-one workstation. When you want to shoot off a few emails while on the train, HP's Lap Dock allows you to connect to the Elite x3 remotely, and essentially allows you to view your
As great as all of this sounds, folks in the United States have been left in the dark in regards to actually purchasing the HP Elite x3. Thankfully, that changes today. Microsoft has officially launched pre-orders for the HP Elite x3 on the Microsoft Store, and it's currently selling for $799.00 a pop. Purchasing the phone via the Microsoft Store will have it come bundled with HP's Desk Dock, and these shipments are expected to go out by September 12.
The current price point of the HP Elite x3 does place it in the same category as handsets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Apple iPhone 6S, but from what we've seen so far, it should have more than enough features and specs to hold its own against some of the most fearsome competitors out there. Thankfully, we won't have to wait too much longer until we can finally get our hands on the Elite x3 and see how it holds up and performs in the real world.