HP Elite X3

HP Elite X3: The most interesting phone you don't need (hands-on)

What if there was one device to replace them all? What if you no longer needed a laptop or a desktop to get work done? That's what HP is trying to provide with the new Elite X3 phone.

The phone features high-end specs that put it head-to-head with the iPhone 7 and top Android phones, but that's only half the story. This isn't your typical phone. For one, it's running Windows 10 Mobile, an operating system most people don't even know exists.

It's also designed for business, specifically for people who travel a lot. The phone can be placed in a desk dock and connected to a laptop dock, which transforms it into something that resembles a traditional Windows computer, albeit one with severely gimped features.

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