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Why you need an Always On, Always Connected PC

Apr 17, 2018

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Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile PC Platform, Always On, Always Connected PCs* are transforming our productivity, thanks to their next-generation features. These PCs offer beyond all-day battery life, instant-on displays, and ultra-fast Gigabit LTE connectivity, together with the Windows 10 you know — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg**.

To see how we’re upgrading your PC experience, check out this graphic.

The Always On, Always Connected PC puts you on the path to enhanced productivity, engineered with an amazing battery life (up to 20+ hours). Just like your smartphone, you get instant-on capabilities, Gigabit LTE speeds, and you can wake your PC and access the Internet almost immediately, nearly whenever or wherever you want.

Want to learn more? Get a closer look at the Always On, Always Connected PC.

*Requires network connection.
**Battery life supports up to 20 hours of continuous video playback. Requires compatible network.
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