So many different products are unveiled during the ongoing MWC. HP has also unveiled one of its product. HP unveiled the Elite x3 phablet which is powered by Windows 10.
The HP Elite x3 is powered by Snapdragon 820 SoC coupled with 4 GB of RAM. The graphics department is handled by Adreno 530 GPU. The Elite x3 has 64 GB of internal storage and the external storage can be expanded all the way up to 2 Terabytes via microSD card.
The Elite x3 comes with HP Workspace which can virtualize PC environment on the device and lets users access x86 applications, whereas, the HP Desk Dock replicates full desktop experience and supports external monitor, two USB-A and USB-C connections along with wired Ethernet. The device also has support for Windows Continuum which lets you transit between multiple screens with ease and continue working as if working on a traditional workspace.
HP also introduced Mobile Extender which looks like a laptop but only consists of keyboard, 12.5-inch display and battery. The Mobile Extender connects wirelessly with the Elite x3 and draws processing power from it in order to give you a laptop like experience. This is useful because of course you can’t carry big screens everywhere in order to get a desktop experience. The Elite x3 also has front-facing B&O speakers.
HP Elite x3 specifications:
- CPU: Snapdragon 820 SoC
- RAM: 4 GB
- GPU: Adreno 530
- Operating System: Windows 10
- Display: 5.96-inch display with Gorilla Glass 4
- Rear Camera: 16 MP with flash
- Front Camera: 8 MP
- Internal Storage: 64 GB
- External Storage: Expandable up to 2 Terabytes via microSD card
- Other: Iris Scanner, Fingerprint Scanner
- Battery: 4150 mAh
The Elite x3 is expected to be available this summer. No word on pricing yet.