What’s the Value Proposition for Snapdragon-Based Always Connected PCs? (Premium)


Now that we've had our first hands-on experiences with ARM-based Always Connected PCs, we have a clearer understanding of how these devices will fare compared to their more established x86 rivals.

Long story short, there are no surprises. And in speaking with folks from Qualcomm, various PC makers, and industry experts here at the Snapdragon Tech Summit, it's very clear how the battle lines will be drawn going forward.

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