Computex 2019, which is currently taking place in Taipei, Taiwan, Qualcomm and Lenovo, announces ' the world's first 5G laptop, which will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx platform.
Although the existence of this laptop was plagued in MWC 2019, we now have a better idea of what this device will do.
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Known as "Project Limitless", the laptop is powered by the Snapdragfon 8cx 5G Compute platform from Qualcomm, the first 7 nanometer platform ever built for PCs with built-in 5G data connectivity.
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"Lenovo 5G PCs built on the Snapdragon 8cx 5G computing platform will offer ultra-low latency, remarkable performance, battery life and 5G connectivity that radically change the way we work and play," Johnson said. Jia, senior vice president of Lenovo & apos; s PC Business Group.
Project Limitless will benefit from the improved performance, battery life and connectivity of the Snapdragon 8cx compared to Snapdragon-powered laptops that were released earlier.
So that means a battery life that lasts for days and super fast mobile 5G internet that could change the way we use our PCs.
Qualcomm and Lenovo have not released any details about Project Limitless – including a price and release date – but as soon as that is the case, we will certainly let you know.
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