In the digital era there has emerged a new breed of consumer, one that is lost without a connection to the net somehow, somewhere. They leverage on connectivity to boost creativity, productivity and innovation in all walks of life.
These are the ones who share data and visions across vast networks and collaborate, forming a robust ecosystem. These are the ones who use a new breed of always connected PCs and devices to push the limits and embrace the age of digital.
Microsoft and its device partners such as ASUS, HP, Huawei, Lenovo, VAIO, and Xiaomi, have been showing commitment to this new category of devices through eSIM technology, for example. Upcoming is a new breed of always connected devices from ASUS, HP, and Lenovo which will be based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. These new devices will feature Windows 10, always-on LTE connectivity and great battery life.
At Computex 2017, ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih joined Gregory Bryant, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group, to unveil ASUS’s always connected PC, code-named “Kukuna.” Powered by Intel Core processors and Intel LTE connectivity, ASUS’s super thin, lightweight and stylish 2 in 1 is the latest example in a category of PCs that Intel’s leaders believe will become increasingly relevant as data plan costs decrease and people’s desires for access from any location at any time increases.
This ASUS design joins more than 30 other always connected PCs on the market today. The Samsung Galaxy Book, Mi Notebook Air 13.3” and Lenovo ThinkPad L470 are other great examples with powerful Intel performance, full Windows* experiences, instant accessibility from anywhere thanks to world-class connectivity and long battery life in amazingly thin, light PCs. These PCs will meet the needs of individuals or professionals who require access to the full PC experience on their terms.
There is more expected in this category and that is why Intel each year delivers a comprehensive portfolio of innovative technologies that make powerful computing possible from anywhere, including Intel Core processors, Intel Optane memory and connectivity technologies.