A day in the life of a salesperson

13 June 2017

3 min read

Seamlessly connected on the road with the HP Elite x3.

A day in the life of a salesperson (Desktop)

The life of a salesperson can be hectic. Like Miki in our video below. One minute she’s checking her emails over a morning coffee and the next she’s at work checking Excel to make sure the numbers are adding up.

The problem is, if you’re expected to be so flexible, it’s a shame that most of the tech you’re given is so… not flexible. Switching between different devices, like a desktop, laptop, phone or tablet can be incredibly frustrating, especially when your data is spread across multiple hard drives and your apps are incompatible.

So, this is where the HP Elite x3 brings comes in. It’ll pull everything together and give you a seamless experience. So, from home office to no office on the go, it’s the one device that’s every device.

Watch the video below and experience a day in the life of Miki, an HP Elite x3 salesperson.

It’s a pocket-sized PC in the shape of a phone. So, you can take calls or edit documents with equal ease. Desktop, laptop and phone. It’s the world’s first 3-in-1.

You get a PC-like experience, powered by your phone. Everything works the same as using a regular computer. As Miki says in the video, it runs on Windows, so it’s really easy to just pick it up and start using it. The only difference between the Elite x3 and a computer is that you can just carry this one everywhere you go, and switch seamlessly between different working environments. Get the power of Office in your pocket.

It sounds too good to be true but it’ll be able to change the way you work, every day. Use it on the go as a smartphone, then wirelessly connect to the HP Lap Dock when you need for a full laptop experience. Or use it as a desktop when in the office with the desktop dock.

If you get called away to a client meeting elsewhere, you can access all the same software wherever you are by using HP Workspace – including applications you wouldn’t normally get on a phone. Your client presentation can be wirelessly controlled straight from the device; no more battling with wires.

You already know how to use everything on the HP Elite x3.

And if you’re requested into a spontaneous conference calls on a taxi back to the office after your meeting, premium audio and noise cancelling technology will make any space sound like a deluxe meeting room.

Since this is a device intended to be carried around with you, security is obviously a concern. It’s been designed with security in mind. So, if you accidentally leave it in the taxi after your conference call, biometric authentication – fingerprint and iris recognition – means only you will get access. And most importantly, the simple act of having all of your data being stored on one device drastically reduces the risk to it. There are less endpoints to keep secure – instead of three work devices and your home phone and laptop, you can use one device seamlessly throughout your device.

There’s also a dual SIM slots, so you can add a personal number - or a local number for regular jetsetters. There’s no need to carry a separate phone, ever.

With the HP Elite x3 running with Windows 10, you no longer need separate devices. Everything you need is in the palm of your hand.

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1. For multi-screen Continuum experience, one of the following accessories are required: 1) HP Elite x3 Desk Dock using USB-C™ to DisplayPort connection to external display, 2) HP Elite x3 Lap Dock using USB-C™ connection to HP Elite x3 Lap Dock’s integrated display, 3) Dongle using USB-C™ to DisplayPort, HDMI or VGA connection to external display, 4) Miracast-enabled external display or Miracast dongle attached to an external display. All docks and dongles sold separately.


2. Not all features are available in all editions or versions of Windows. Systems may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware, drivers, software or BIOS update to take full advantage of Windows functionality. Windows 10 Mobile is automatically updated, which is always enabled. ISP fees may apply and additional requirements may apply over time for updates. See http://www.microsoft.com.