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Suggested Improvements for next HP Elite x3

Product Name: HP Elite x3
Operating System: Other

After using the HP Elite x3 for a while, I have the two below ideas to improve the device:

 

1. I'm outdoors several hours per day using the Elite x3 but the screen is not easily viewable in sunlight (whether direct or indirect sunlight).  My old Lumia 640XL worked wonderfully outdoors and actually looked better in direct sun.  If there is a way to improve the outdoor screen view quality during daylight hours, that would be a meaningful improvement to the Elite x3.  My experiences with the iphone 7 and the Lumia 640XL have been significantly better outdoors than with the Elite x3 so maybe using similar screen technology could help the Elite x3.

 

2. It would be helpful to provide the user with the ability to disable the Windows button for second or two while typing. When using SMS or typing an email, it's easy to accidently touch the Windows button and that action instantly opens the home screen and leaves the message I was typing.  Just like some Windows laptops can disable a touchpad while typing on the keyboard, it would be helpful to have a similar setting for the Elite x3 Windows button even if it's one or two seconds while using the keyboard.

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Re: Suggested Improvements for next HP Elite x3

Hi there,

Great feedback.  I will share this with the development team.

 

Regarding #2, you can swipe up from the bottom of the screen to hide the Windows key.  I also find myself accidentally hitting the Windows key when typing an SMS or email and this is one way to avoid that.

 

Thanks!

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Re: Suggested Improvements for next HP Elite x3

Hi there,

Great feedback.  I will share this with the development team.

 

Regarding #2, you can swipe up from the bottom of the screen to hide the Windows key.  I also find myself accidentally hitting the Windows key when typing an SMS or email and this is one way to avoid that.

 

Thanks!

-Chris

I work for HP.
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