Asus, Lenovo, And HP Join Qualcomm And Microsoft For ARM-Powered Windows 10 PCs With Snapdragon 835 - Tech Times

Microsoft took to Computex 2017 to announce its partners for ARM-powered Windows 10 PCs with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 under the hood. HP, Asus, and Lenovo are all on board, committing to offer Always Connected PCs with LTE. ( Qualcomm ...

These Are the Companies That Will Built the First ARM-Based Windows 10 PCs - Max Buondonno (press release) (blog)

Via The Verge, Microsoft today at Computex unveiled its first round of partners that will begin building ARM-based devices that run Windows 10. The company previously revealed its plans to go forward with this initiative, and while we haven't heard ...

Microsoft promises a variety of Always Connected computers - AfterDawn

Microsoft promises a variety of Always Connected computers Microsoft has informed us at Computex trade show that its partners are going to unveil a slew of new so-called Always Connected computers in the upcoming months. These computers, mainly ...

HP, Lenovo, ASUS to release first Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 PCs - OS News

Microsoft and Qualcomm just announced at Computex that Lenovo, HP, and ASUS are expected to be the first companies with devices that feature the Snapdragon 835. Powered by Windows 10 on ARM, the ultra-thin and always-connected devices are said ...

Qualcomm Inks Deal to Build Snapdragon 835 PCs With HP, Lenovo, Asus - ExtremeTech

At Computex, Qualcomm announced it would build Windows 10 systems with major traditional PC OEMs. That's a major step forward for the company, which flirted with building mobile PCs during the Windows 8 era when Windows RT (née Windows on ARM) ...

Qualcomm Just Dealt a Major Blow to Intel - TheStreet.com

Qualcomm (QCOM) said on Wednesday that computer hardware manufacturers ASUS (AKCPF) , HP (HPQ) and Lenovo (LNVGY) will become the first original equipment manufacturers (OEM) to build mobile PCs powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 ...

​Computex 2017: Always Connected PC sounds great, but we'll have to wait - ZDNet

New ARM processors for mobile devices tailored to AI and VR. In separate events at Computex, Qualcomm and Microsoft made a compelling case for a new class of thin, fanless laptops with broadband wireless, significantly longer battery life, and the full ...

Windows 10 is coming to Snapdragon 835 - The Eastern Tribune (press release)

Qualcomm has showcased what's called the Snapdragon Mobile PC Platform, which incorporates the Snapdragon 835 SoC with the firm's latest X16 LTE modem on a motherboard that is just slightly over 50cm square; nearly half the size of an x86 ...

What Does It Mean That Windows On Qualcomm Gets Support From ASUS, Lenovo And HP? - Forbes

The personal computer has been evolving ever since the recent punch in the gut from smartphones and tablets. Since then, the bottom has literally fallen out of tablets, smartphones are flat, and exciting growth segments within the PC sector keep ...

Computer makers tee up Windows 10 devices using Qualcomm chips - The San Diego Union-Tribune

Qualcomm Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf at this year's International CES show talking about the company's Snapdragon processors. (Nelvin Cepada). Mike FreemanContact Reporter · Qualcomm said Wednesday that HP, Lenovo and ASUS will launch ...

First 'Always Connected' Windows 10 on ARM PCs are coming from ASUS, HP, Lenovo - ZDNet

Microsoft is naming names of the first PC makers and mobile carriers who are committed to building and supporting Windows 10 "Always Connected" PCs. win10alwaysconnected.jpg. During the Microsoft keynote at the Computex show on May 31, officials ...

Qualcomm inks deal to build mobile Windows 10 PCs with Asus, Lenovo, HP - ZDNet

screen-shot-2017-05-30-at-16-45- Qualcomm. Qualcomm has announced a new partnership with Asus, Lenovo, and Hewlett-Packard to build a new range of mobile PCs powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor family. At the Computex trade show in ...

Qualcomm Snapdragon Chips To Power New Windows 10 PCs - Sci-Tech Today

Asus, HP, and Lenovo are all coming out with Windows 10 PCs that will be powered by Qualcomm Technologies' Snapdragon 835 processors, although no release dates have been given yet. Qualcomm made the announcement today at Computex 2017, ...

Windows 10 On ARM, Again; Can Qualcomm Make It Stick? - Tom's Hardware

Windows 10 laptops built on ARM chips are nigh: Asus, HP, and Lenovo have all pledged to build fanless notebooks based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. On its face, this development is an exciting one, and it follows the recent announcement that ...

Partners join Qualcomm for thinner Windows 10 laptops - CNET

Windows 10 laptops running Qualcomm chips just gained stronger manufacturer support. Today at the Computex show in Taipei, computer makers Lenovo, HP and Asus officially expressed plans to build Windows devices powered by the Qualcomm ...

Qualcomm's Snapdragon seeks piece of PC market - Taipei Times

Qualcomm Inc yesterday said that Lenovo Group (聯想), HP Inc and Asustek Computer Inc (華碩) are to unveil Windows 10 laptops powered by its latest Snapdragon 835 chip by the end of this year, as the US firm seeks to challenge Intel Corp in the market ...

The first Windows 10 ARM devices will come from ASUS, HP, and Lenovo - BetaNews

Microsoft and Qualcomm announced late last year that Windows 10 will be available on ARM-based Snapdragon devices. And, unlike with Windows RT, this time around x86 programs are welcome, giving users the ability to run full-blown software like Office ...

Windows 10: Get ready for PCs with 'beyond all-day' battery life - TechRepublic

In a demo at Computex tech conference in Taiwan, Qualcomm revealed new details about forthcoming Windows 10 PCs running on the ARM-based Snapdragon 835 chipset used in high-end smartphones. By Nick Heath | May 31, 2017, 8:48 AM PST.

Asus, HP, and Lenovo are working on ARM-powered Win10 PCs - The Tech Report, LLC

Microsoft is doubling down on notebooks this year. Not only is the company using its Surface Laptop to spar with Apple in the high-end consumer space, it's also partnering with Qualcomm to help launch Windows 10 notebooks powered by the Snapdragon ...

Qualcomm To Power New Windows 10 Laptops: Should Intel Worry? - ValueWalk

It could be the start of a new era. Qualcomm and Microsoft announced a new partnership for Windows 10 devices powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor. At Computex, the two also revealed the name of the first manufacturers and details like release ...