HP's impressive Elite x3 phone, with Windows 10 Mobile will be getting the Anniversary Update in about two weeks' time. The update will bring quite a few bug fixes and improvements.
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After announcing it was working on such a feature late last year, now HP has brought to market integrated privacy screens. The feature is called Sure View and keeps away prying eyes.
After stating a release date of August 18, and then pushing it back to August 22, the Microsoft Store now says the Elite x3 won't arrive until September 6, while HP's store listing remains more vague.
HP has priced the Elite x3 alone at £683, and the Desk Dock at £131. It's also revealed the cost of many other accessories for the Windows 10 Mobile flagship - but its release date is still a mystery.
Microsoft has begun accepting pre-orders for HP's new Windows 10 Mobile flagship in the US, with shipments starting next month - but there are a few things to be aware of before placing your order.
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Microsoft is currently offering some big savings on a range of Windows 10 PCs - from affordable Dell notebooks, to an Alienware gaming flagship, and HP's ENVY Curved 34 all-in-one desktop.
Microsoft UK has reduced its price for the Elite x3 and Desk Dock accessory by 5.6%, but it's also pushed back the handset's release date by a few days. HP has also revised its listing for the device.
HP's OMEN X is a new desktop designed for gaming, with fierce specs, custom lighting, custom build options, "revolutionary thermal management", and a cube form factor designed to maximize cooling.
You can now order the Elite x3 direct from HP in the UK, priced at £706.80, including VAT. However, that price is for the handset only, whereas Microsoft is offering it for £749 with the Desk Dock.
The launch of HP's entry into the Windows 10 Mobile market is around the corner. Today, the company showed off the Continuum feature on the Elite x3 in new videos, along with its accessories.
HP has unveiled two affordable new Stream notebooks, and an 11.6-inch 2-in-1 with a touchscreen - but its announcement wasn't exactly brimming with useful information about the devices.
HP has confirmed that it will begin selling the Elite x3 on HP.com on September 5. The Windows phone will, however, be available from other outlets on other dates, depending on region.
After offering HP's ENVY 34 with $200 off last month, Microsoft has now deepened that discount even further. The ultra-wide monitor is currently available with $300 off, down from $999 to $699.
HP is now accepting pre-orders for its new Windows 10 Mobile flagship in Australia, where it will cost $1,199 AUD (around $915 USD), with the Desk Dock accessory priced at $199 AUD ($150 USD).
The Microsoft Store is now taking pre-orders for HP's new Windows 10 Mobile flagship, priced at £749, including the Desk Dock accessory - but that's £69 higher than its price elsewhere in the UK.
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If you're on the lookout for a new monitor, Microsoft is currently offering some big discounts on 27- and 34-inch curved displays from HP, as well as a 32-inch display with 4K resolution.
The HP Elite x3 will begin shipping in the United States later this month. Pricing will start at $699; however, at that price, the handset won't come with any accessories, such as the Desk Dock.
HP Sweden has started accepting orders for the Elite x3 and, in doing so, revealed the price for the handset. Interested buyers can also slash 10% off the price during the company's summer promotion.
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HP has revealed pricing for its Elite x3 Windows 10 Mobile phone in some regions, such as the United States, France, and Spain. In the US, the device will cost $799, costing more in other regions.
HP's powerful new Windows 10 Mobile flagship can now be pre-ordered in the UK for £680 GBP ($910 USD), including the Desk Dock for Continuum support, with shipments expected to begin early next month.
After Dell announced a 10% price increase in the UK - citing currency fluctuations that pushed the pound sterling to a 31-year low against the US dollar - HP has revealed that it is doing the same.
Microsoft is offering free Docks with certain Surface models, $50 off the Lumia 650, £80 off a 1TB Xbox One, 50% off various accessories, and up to $1,000 off PCs, in a One Day Sale in the US and UK.
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According to a report from an Italian site, the HP Elite x3 will be priced at €699, and it will be released in September. The device is officially slated to arrive this summer.
Old Intel code still present in UEFI firmware used by many machines has left devices open to attacks. Lenovo admits that the Secure Boot-disabling vulnerability's scope of impact is industry wide.
HP released new documentation for the Elite x3 today, showing the LTE bands that are available for the device. Missing is band 13, which would require Verizon to accept the device on its network.
The Windows 10 Mobile flagship will come with a gold color option, and a new render of the device shows it will feature HP's new logo too - but its fingerprint sensor won't be enabled until Fall 2016.
Nearly four years after being found in breach of contract, Oracle has found itself on the receiving end of a $3 billion damages bill after withdrawing software support for HP's Itanium products.
HP is continuing the expansion of its Chromebook lineup with the Chromebook 11 G5, a Chrome OS laptop that is ready for Android apps and can work for 12.5 hours on a charge.
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Featuring a 13.3-inch Full HD display, Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, 8GB RAM and up to 512GB of storage, HP's ultra-thin, ultra-light Windows 10 notebook will soon be available to buy in India.
Nearly two years after its last major recall involving laptop power cords, HP has announced a new safety recall and replacement program for batteries shipped with over thirty laptop models.
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HP and Microsoft have published a new video showing off HPs new flagship phone for businesses, the Elite x3. The device is much anticipated by the Windows community, offering a Snapdragon 820 chipset.
A new line of OMEN products was announced by HP, with the products being destined for gamers. The two laptops and one desktop are all designed with VR in mind and offer a number of configurations.
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HP has launched its latest business laptop, the HP Elitebook 1030, promising "blazing-fast responsiveness" and a battery life of up to 13 hours. Offering a premium design, the device starts at $1,249.
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Alongside new All-in-One PCs, HP has also unveiled new Pavilion and Pavilion x360 laptop devices. The laptops come in a huge range of colours and updated models have been refined to be even thinner.
HP's new All-in-Ones have 23.8- or 27-inch displays, with up to sixth-gen Core i7 (Skylake) processors, 16GB RAM and 3TB of storage, and either an Intel RealSense camera, or 'pop-up' Privacy Camera.
HP today announced its latest Chromebook 13 laptop featuring the sixth-generation Intel Core M processor, a full metal design in a thin body and a USB Type-C docking station.
Microsoft is offering discounts on some of its partners' laptops and 2-in-1s that it sells on its store in the UK, including £100 off HP's Spectre x2 with 12in 1080p touchscreen and 6th-gen Intel CPU.
Let's Encrypt has left its public beta phase, signalling that it's stable and ready for production use. The project also gained a new Gold sponsor, and several Silver and Platinum sponsor renewals.
It's no secret that the PC is no longer the king of the computing world in terms of shipments, but only two vendors of the top five actually managed a small growth, while the others saw a big hit.
HP's latest laptop for consumers is targeted directly at Apple's MacBook, and although it might impress with its powerful internals and luxurious design, it's definitely not perfect.
Microsoft has slashed hundreds of bucks off a wide range of desktops, all-in-ones, 2-in-1s, notebooks and more - including many with the latest Intel Skylake processors - from multiple manufacturers.
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