The HP Elite X3’s greatest innovation is HP Workspace, but that is simply a work around for the x86 app issue, and from reports is somewhat laggy and bandwidth dependent. Having a native x86 processor would make it a much more acceptable device. It’s time for Microsoft to kill Windows Mobile and give me a device that runs Windows 10. They can limit the ability to run win32 applications when not connected to a larger screen and they can use the Windows Mobile Interface when in phone mode. No need to call it a phone, time to go futuristic, should call it the Surface Communicator and pay the makers or Star Trek a boat load of money to introduce it in the next Star Trek film. To deal with battery life they can keep the screen res to 1920×1080 and instead of giving me a keyboard cover attachment, give me a battery cover attachment. This way if i want more battery life I can get the attachment that doubles as a cover.