HP Elite X3 with Desk Dock £478.80 @ HP Store
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HP Elite X3 with Desk Dock £478.80 @ HP Store

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Found 17th Sep 2017
About time it came down in price to something more sensible.

  • Windows 10 Mobile
  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon 820 (2.15 GHz, 4 cores)
  • 15.14 cm (5.96") diagonal QHD AMOLED 494 PPI multitouch-enabled
  • 4 GB LPDDR4 SDRAM (onboard) plus 64 GB eMMC Storage
  • 16 MP FHD rear-facing camera, 8 MP FHD front facing camera and Iris camera
  • Talk and text with separate work and personal Smartphone profiles on dual SIM cards
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    £239 if you buy and claim cashback via HP trade up for business. £300 Cashback upto 50% of purchase price.

    hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/…ing
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    This is almost double the price of my V20 with the same specs. Is the desk dock really worth it?
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    skotluis5 m ago

    This is almost double the price of my V20 with the same specs. Is the desk …This is almost double the price of my V20 with the same specs. Is the desk dock really worth it?


    It's targeted at business use so a slight unfair comparison with the V20 - it's a great looking phone, unfortunately HP completely priced out the consumer users like us last year but at this price - not to bad I'd say!
    £239 if you buy and claim cashback via HP trade up for business. £300 Cashback upto 50% of purchase price.

    hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/…ing
    liammacca8 m ago

    £239 if you buy and claim cashback via HP trade up for business. £300 C …£239 if you buy and claim cashback via HP trade up for business. £300 Cashback upto 50% of purchase price.https://hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/en/pages/tradein/qualifying


    I'm struggling to find the terms of the trade up... What do I need to have? Cheers
    Original Poster
    t0022361 m ago

    I'm struggling to find the terms of the trade up... What do I need to …I'm struggling to find the terms of the trade up... What do I need to have? Cheers


    hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/…rms

    I found this that states:

    For your Trade-in to qualify for the promotion it must be a working, complete and undamaged, (reasonable wear and tear accepted) Laptop (minimum 10” screen size), Tablet (minimum 9” screen size) or Desktop. Your Trade-in must be no more than 7 years old and complete with all accessories including working battery and power supply where applicable. For Qualifying Printers purchased, the trade-in desktop printer must be working, complete with all accessories and power supply. Label printers and tape printers do not qualify for this promotion. Password protected or BIOS locked trade in units do not qualify for this promotion
    Windows mobile is dead with no apps and no microsoft support . Why would you buy this phone ? A few companies which gave Windows phone to their employees also stopped giving them out as no Microsoft support.
    I had one of these on trial from hp.... it's a nice bit of hardware but as others have said Windows os is pointless. The dock is good and if you have a subscription to the citrx like tool it could be handy but very over priced.
    Taylor189238 m ago

    It's targeted at business use so a slight unfair comparison with the V20 - …It's targeted at business use so a slight unfair comparison with the V20 - it's a great looking phone, unfortunately HP completely priced out the consumer users like us last year but at this price - not to bad I'd say!


    Most businesses stopped using WinMo due to security concerns.
    nublets2k34 m ago

    Most businesses stopped using WinMo due to security concerns.



    Sources? Windows on mobile isactually VERY secure.
    nublets2k1 h, 6 m ago

    Most businesses stopped using WinMo due to security concerns.


    Complete rubbish. Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile are well known for their excellent security, mostly due to the sandboxed nature of the OS.

    Business are dropping Windows Mobile due to a lack of affordable hardware, and a lack of feature support from Microsoft.
    Edited by: "chancooluk" 17th Sep 2017
    chancooluk22 m ago

    Complete rubbish. Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile are well known for …Complete rubbish. Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile are well known for their excellent security, mostly due to the sandboxed nature of the OS.Business are dropping Windows Mobile due to a lack of affordable hardware, and a lack of feature support from Microsoft.




    Windows 10 Mobile is, but previous versions have had various concerns. Business aren't going to move back to platform after moving away from it.

    Even Microsoft has given up on it now.
    nublets2k5 m ago

    Windows 10 Mobile is, but previous versions have had various concerns. …Windows 10 Mobile is, but previous versions have had various concerns. Business aren't going to move back to platform after moving away from it.Even Microsoft has given up on it now.


    The last version with any sort of security concerns was Windows Mobile 6.

    Businesses that moved away from Windows Mobile in the past 7 years haven't done so because of security concerns.
    chancooluk2 m ago

    The last version with any sort of security concerns was Windows Mobile …The last version with any sort of security concerns was Windows Mobile 6.Businesses that moved away from Windows Mobile in the past 7 years haven't done so because of security concerns.



    How'd that go for them?
    nublets2k2 h, 18 m ago

    Most businesses stopped using WinMo due to security concerns.



    nublets2k50 m ago

    Windows 10 Mobile is, but previous versions have had various concerns. …Windows 10 Mobile is, but previous versions have had various concerns. Business aren't going to move back to platform after moving away from it.Even Microsoft has given up on it now.



    nublets2k43 m ago

    How'd that go for them?


    You going to keep shifting your argument until you find one that sticks?
    Here'a a tip: Start your argument with a defendable fact. It's much easier.
    bilbob1 h, 26 m ago

    You going to keep shifting your argument until you find one that …You going to keep shifting your argument until you find one that sticks?Here'a a tip: Start your argument with a defendable fact. It's much easier.



    No it's still the same argument. Most business have moved away from Windows Mobile with the biggest driver being the security risk with 6.
    Businesses are slow at migrating to new platforms due to cost and planning so only tend to jump ship quickly if there's a pressing issue, and they don't tend to go back unless they have issues with the new platform.
    nublets2k27 m ago

    No it's still the same argument. Most business have moved away from …No it's still the same argument. Most business have moved away from Windows Mobile with the biggest driver being the security risk with 6. Businesses are slow at migrating to new platforms due to cost and planning so only tend to jump ship quickly if there's a pressing issue, and they don't tend to go back unless they have issues with the new platform.



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    bilbob18 m ago

    http://www.dictionary.com/browse/ultracrepidarian


    Well that's a convincing argument you have there bilbo. The simple fact is that no business is going to look at Windows Mobile and consider it as a viable option.

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    nublets2k37 m ago

    Well that's a convincing argument you have there bilbo. The simple fact is …Well that's a convincing argument you have there bilbo. The simple fact is that no business is going to look at Windows Mobile and consider it as a viable option.[Image]



    I'm not trying to make a case for it... like the argument you keep changing, so does your point.
    nublets2k41 m ago

    Well that's a convincing argument you have there bilbo. The simple fact is …Well that's a convincing argument you have there bilbo. The simple fact is that no business is going to look at Windows Mobile and consider it as a viable option.[Image]


    No one is disputing that businesses are leaving the Windows Mobile platform.

    The point is that you stated it was due to security, when actually its nothing to do with security.

    Many businesses adopted Windows Phone 7, 8 and 8.1 specifically because of how secure the OS was. It's only since Microsoft has retrenched from the smartphone market that consumers, developers and businesses are no longer interested, and are moving to other platforms (usually iOS).
    bilbob3 m ago

    I'm not trying to make a case for it... like the argument you keep …I'm not trying to make a case for it... like the argument you keep changing, so does your point.



    You sure? Cause you sound real salty, like someone who made a bad business decision.
    nublets2k55 m ago

    You sure? Cause you sound real salty, like someone who made a bad business …You sure? Cause you sound real salty, like someone who made a bad business decision.



    And you just sound like a troll.
    Muted.
    Imagine if you could convert this to Android...
    I've got one and it's a great phone. The apps I need are there. It's super-secure and top-spec. I've bought this and the Elite X2 laptop (HP version of Surface) and got £300 cashback on each no problem at all.
    Original Poster
    RogerN6 h, 15 m ago

    I've got one and it's a great phone. The apps I need are there. It's …I've got one and it's a great phone. The apps I need are there. It's super-secure and top-spec. I've bought this and the Elite X2 laptop (HP version of Surface) and got £300 cashback on each no problem at all.


    What did you trade?
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