Always Connected Windows 10 PCs that use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 ARM processors choice work on all four major US networks, the chip company has announced today, with T-Mobile and AT&T unifying the previously announced Sprint and Verizon.
In total, 14 different network big-time operators across 10 countries have pledged to support the new generation of ARM-powered Windows 10 laptops and scribbles. Qualcomm adds that some of those network operators on also be selling the systems, though it has not specified which will be doing so.
Initially, three combinations will be available. HP’s Envy x2 is a tablet with detachable keyboard, as is Lenovo’s Miix 630. Asus’ NovaGo, in set off, is a clamshell laptop with a 360-degree hinge to enable tablet-like campaign.
Qualcomm has also listed a number of retail outlets that force carry the hardware. In the US, systems will be available from Amazon and Microsoft Markets. Surprisingly, Best Buy—arguably the most important brick-and-mortar computer retailer in the US—isn’t catalogued in Qualcomm’s list. If this absence is accurate, then it represents a foremost gap in the retail visibility and availability of the new range of systems.
Qualcomm also speaks that retail availability will begin “this calendar habitation,” meaning that Windows 10 on ARM will be hitting shelves, or at scrap the webpages of online vendors, sooner rather than later.