Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Now Powers Windows 10 PCs
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Now Powers Windows 10 PCs

Soon the tech giant Microsoft and the giant chip maker Qualcomm will launch Snapdragon 835 powered Windows computers with the tech giant companies like ASUS, HP, and Lenovo.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Now Powers Windows 10 PCs

The tech giant Microsoft’s bet on the future goes through ARM processors and its special version of Windows 10 for these systems. Developments are already being prepared and soon the first machines will emerge.

To show how these developments are running, and to prepare what will be presented, Qualcomm has released a new video showing all the potential of its new Snapdragon 835 processor.

It is hoped that these new machines, based on ARM processors, will perform close to what we currently have on x86-based computers.

What Qualcomm has come to show now is that the user experience will be effectively the same, having resorted to the Microsoft productivity suite applications to show it.

Both Word and Excel or PowerPoint seem to run smoothly on this platform, thus revealing what is expected, meaning that this new processor will ensure normal use of any computer.

In addition, this processor will also be prepared for entertainment, being able to see a full HD video without any problem. There is also a highlight for the gigabit LTE connection, which will allow you to download content very quickly.

The first manufacturers to create machines based on this new platform and to market, the first PCs were already announced, with the companies like ASUS, HP, and Lenovo.

The tech giant Microsoft and Qualcomm are hoping that the new machines with Snapdragon 835 and the special version of Windows 10 will arrive in early autumn at the same time when the next major update of Windows 10 is expected to arrive.

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