Qualcomm announced its new mobile processors compatible with Windows 8


Recently, Qualcomm introduced its new mobile processor called Snapdragon. It will be compatable with Windows New os i.e., Windows 8(not yet officially named) Snapdragon is a high performance and low-powered processor, due to richness of windows 8,by using processor's like Snapdragon, users can get total usage of Windows 8 os

Recently, Qualcomm announced that its New Mobile processor(snapdragon)with integrated 3G/LTE modem, is compatable with the devices running next version of Windows i.e, with Windows 8. Snapdragon is a high performing and low-power processor

The company address that due to fast-changing mobile computing, Qualcomm's Snapdragon family of dual-core and quad-core processors will enable optimal computing performance, extended battery life and connectivity, and provide top most graphic's effect.

Luis Pineda, senior vice president of product management, computing and consumer products at Qualcomm , said that due to collabaration between Qualcomm and Microsoft, they are focused on innovating new things, and they want to be one of the leaders of the next evolution of mobile computing.

As we all know that Windows8 will be high in performance, Graphics, flexibility, connectivity. With the help of processor's like Snapdragon, user can get the total benefit of Windows8 operating system.

Qualcomm is going to showcase it's latest Snapdragon-powered tablets and smartphones at COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011



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