Saturday, June 4, 2011

Qualcomm ready for Windows 8

Jakarta - Qualcomm has been confirmed, new Snapdragon line of processors designed to be used later on mobile devices based on Windows 8.

Dual-core chip quad-core Snapdragon expected to optimize the performance of computing devices and extend battery life. In addition, the two chips mentioned will present a graphical display and smooth multimedia playback on Windows tablets.

Reported by TG Daily and quoted on Saturday (04/06/2011), Snapdragon chip family is the MSM8960. Dual-core chip is expected to be embedded in the latest Windows devices. In addition, there are quad-core chips APQ8064 expected to be introduced early 2012.

According to the Qualcomm MSM8960 chipset provides dual-core platform with multi-mode modem integrated 3G/LTE designed to meet the multi-tasking functions from Windows 8.

"Windows 8 will allow consumers to have the flexibility, connectivity and power that they expect from Windows, with touch devices like the tablet. This requires high-performance processors and low power such as Qualcomm, the 3G and 4G wireless connectivity," explained a spokesman for Microsoft, Mike Angiulo

He mentioned, they berkolabroasi with Qualcomm's Snapdragon is because the device is armed with Windows 8 will help consumers try to experience more and allows vendors to try to create a new PC designs.


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