Microsoft introduced two PCs based on Snapdragon 7c

Microsoft has introduced a couple of new laptops that are built on the basis of a single-chip system Snapdragon 7c, introduced in December last year.

The first computers to use the new chipset were JP.IK Turn T101 and Positivo Wise N1212S. They are priced between $ 299 and $ 575, respectively. In addition to the fact that laptops equipped with Qualcomm chips should run significantly longer than competitors without recharging, another important advantage of these devices is the ability to transfer data to a 4G LTE network.

Microsoft also announced other computers for the educational segment from Acer, Dell, HP and Lenovo, which cost from $ 219. However, the announcement so far turned out to be formal, as the manufacturer did not name any specific models.

Microsoft only noted that there will be 14 new models in the list, including a couple of models on the SoC Snapdragon, as well as seven models with the latest Intel processor, which is 46% better than its predecessor in performance.

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