One of the coolest features on the HP Elite x3 is HP Workspace, a virtualized environment which allows users to run full Win32 apps on the device via Continuum for phones. On the HP Elite x3, users can use the HP Desk Dock or Lap Dock for Continuum for phones.
HP has been selling the HP Elite x3 for more than a month now, but the company never revealed the pricing of its Workspace service publicly. Today, Engadget revealed the pricing details of the HP Workspace, which claims that the pricing for the service starts at $49 per month for one user. By paying $49 per month, you will be able to get 4GB of RAM — however, you can only run 10 apps and have 40 hours of usage only. If that isn’t enough for you, you can go for the Premium plan which starts at $79 a month and offers 8GB of RAM, unlimited apps and 80 hours of usage.
For those unfamiliar, HP is selling the Elite x3 (with the Desk Dock) for $799 — however, if you are interested in the Lap Dock, you will be able to get that for another $599. The device is available for purchase from the physical Microsoft Stores, too — but you can get them from the online Microsoft Store as well. If you want to get the Elite x3, you can buy one here — and you can buy the Lap Dock here, too.