• Microsoft has a master plan to change the world with a new line of super-thin, super-light PCs with cell service

    One year ago - By Business Insider

    Microsoft is touting "Always Connected PCs," a new initiative with its partners for super-thin LTE-enabled laptops with as much as 20 hours of battery life.
    From Microsoft's perspective, cell service is getting so much better, so much faster, that one day, you might not even want WiFi anymore - making LTE-enabled PCs a key future-looking strategy.
    Many of these Always Connected PCs are running ARM chips, not the Intel processors that have historically powered Windows.
    Microsoft thinks the combination of Windows software with a tablet-like battery life and connectivity is a big deal in the...
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