Qualcomm Snapdragon is famous for its high speed powerful Chipsets where 70% of flagship devices and 70% of Premium smartphone manufacturers like Google, Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC and Oneplus uses Snapdragon SoCs. Where the other Premium manufacturers like Apple uses its own Apple Motion chipsets and Lenovo/Motorola uses Helio Chipsets and Huawei uses Hisilicon Kirin Processors.Now the Snapdragon teamed up with Microsoft in collaboration with HP and Asus to bring the same power in Windows PCs.
In the recent event Snapdragon Technology Summit held at Hawaii the managing director unveiled the first batch of laptops made with Snapdragon 835 SoCs by HP and Asus are finally out and early 2018 they will released for sale.
Asus NovaGo is the first laptop with Qualcomm snapdragon 835 SoC inside Windows which is powerful than Intel and AMD. Time to upgrade Intel and AMD processors to win the race with Snapdragon where Snapdragon 835 is working like a beast in Asus NovaGo with long 20-Hour battery and an instant wake up like a smartphone phone.The use of Snapdragon 835 Soc in windows allowing manufacturers to make a slim and fan-less laptops like a pro with the display size 13.3” sports 8GB Ram and 256GB Hard disk is compact and light. Pricing started from $599 for 4GB Ram and 64GB Rom and $799 for 8GB Variant with 256GB Rom.
HP Envy X2
This is HP Envy X2 which is powered by Snapdragon 835 Soc and here it is light, Compact, Slim and Detachable Display and Keyboard. Features of HP Envy X2 are Charges 0 to 90% in 90 minutes and a long lasting battery life with 20 hours of video playback and upto 700 hrs stand-by. Instant Wake up all the time just like Smartphone just a one click away and Runs with Windows 10 and there is no cooling fan or CD Drive made for very compact use, it comes with 8GB Ram and 256GB Rom Cost is not yet unveiled but early 2018 this Snapdragon powered windows laptop will be on sales.
Intel and AMD time to Upgrade with new SoCs (System on a Chipsets), with the new entry of Snapdragon into PCs your i3, i5, i7 and Pentiums are out of coverage and Write us your thoughts on Snapdragon Chipsets in the Comments section below.