General US retail availability of the HP Elite x3, the high-octane, business-focused Windows 10 Mobile phone, begins tomorrow. And you can get one if you hitch a ride to one of the 100 or so Microsoft Stores nationwide.

PC Magazine has confirmed the move with Microsoft Vice President of OEM Worldwide Marketing, Peter Han.

Microsoft has delayed the sales date twice, but has been able to offer delivery — 3-7 business days — on the $799 phone since Friday. The Display Dock will also be on, well, display to show off Continuum features. It’s not clear if the laptop-sized extension dock, the LapDock, will also be in stores.

Source: PCMag
Via: PhoneArena

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