Episode 16: The future of Always Connected PCs is quick … and quiet [podcast]

Dec 4, 2017

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In part three of our discussion discussing innovations in the world of Always On, Always Connected* PCs powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile PC Platform, we learn how Windows 10 on Snapdragon devices are engineered to go beyond nice-to-haves and raise the bar on our mobile computing experiences.

Our resident experts Miguel Nunes and Peter Burns share how Qualcomm Technologies is committed to a world where future generations never know "the struggle" of slow connections. They also may never know the loud sound of a spinning fan that legacy laptop processors need to keep cool, since PCs powered by the Snapdragon mobile PC platform are designed to run cool so they won’t need fans.

We also talk about how the integrated platform approach and optimized performance of the platform means the time is right for this new category of mobile laptops. And Miguel pitches a second job for host PJ Jacobowitz.

* requires a network connection
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