In an increasingly connected mobile world, there is an expectation that our PCs should be always-connected and always-on.
This week at 2018 CES, Intel partners have announced a number of new Intel Core processor- and Intel XMMT modem-powered always-connected PCs.
Acer* introduced the Intel Core i7 processor-powered Swift 7. At just 8.98 mm thin, it delivers true portability, productivity, all-day battery life and anytime 4G LTE connectivity to perfectionists and traveling professionals alike.
HP announced the new Envy X2, an always-connected PC built for powerful creating, working and entertainment from anywhere, with up to 17 hours of battery life (as measured by HP)1, Intel Core processor performance and full Windows applications.
Dell announced last month that its all-new Inspiron 5280 2-in-1 with built-in 4G LTE will be available in China with two months’ free LTE data traffic. Featuring up to an Intel Core i7 processor and the best of Windows* 10, this sleek and elegant PC makes connecting to people and every experience possible.
Always-connected PCs with built-in 4G LTE are built for data-intensive experiences and make connecting online possible from anywhere, at any time.
The new devices, which launched at CES 2018, join a lineup of always-connected PCs from Google Pixelbook with Instant Tethering to Samsung’s Galaxy Book 12 via Verizon in the US and Xiaomi’s Mi Notebook Air in China.