The HP Elite X3 comes with a Pogo Pin Design on the back, to enable a variety of accessories to plug in and integrate with the X3. HP today announced Desk Dock which includes a DisplayPort for external monitors, two USB-A and one USB-C, and a wired Ethernet Port.
The Desk Dock offers a full featured desktop experience for the Elite x3. It includes a DisplayPort for external monitor support, two USB-A and a USB-C™ connection for business continuity, and wired Ethernet to seamlessly scale users’ productivity at their desk. The Elite x3 docks in portrait mode at a comfortable viewing angle when sitting at a desk. The dock also supports the Elite x3 with and without a protective case.
Watch the intro video of the Desk Dock above.
Another accessory HP today announced for Elite X3 is the Mobile Extender, which uses wireless technologies to create an laptop experience. The Mobile Extender has a near-zero bezel with a 12.5-inch diagonal HD display that weighs less than 1000 grams. It’s an elegant piece of hardware that creates the laptop feel that so many love.
It has integrated Bang & Olufsen stero speakers, USB-C connector to hook the phone up, two more USB-C ports for I/O and power in and out, along with a micro HDMI jack. The keyboard is a spill-resistant with a drain and backlighting. It is 13.8 mm thick and has a 46.5 Wh battery which can be used to charge the phone also.
The HP Mobile Extender creates a laptop experience using a near zero bezel 12.5-inch diagonal HD display that’s around 1 kg. No data is stored on the Mobile Extender for additional security and all of the apps, passwords and files are managed and stored from the Elite x3.
Watch the intro video of Mobile Extender below.
HP is not ready to talk about the pricing of these accessories yet and but these will be available for purchase when HP Elite X3 goes on sale this summer.