Yesterday we reported about HP Elites X3’s sale at Carphone Warhouse. Now the device has started showing up at displays at Microsoft’s own brick-and-mortar stores.
This HP’s new device is powered by Windows 10 mobile. The phablet is taregeted towards business class people with features that include continuum support, USB type-C port, fingerprint biometrics via Windows Hello and HP’s Secure boot technology.
The phone was expected to arrive on Oct 10th, as reported by PCMag, but it has already begun showing at few stores in US.
This date marks the first sales of this device in physical market, although retail stores have been taking preorders for past few weeks for the phablet in US and Canada. Now the device can bought through stores at a price tag of $799. Call in your nearest store to check its availability. Also, you can order online through Microsoft Store.
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