Η Microsoft products recently confirmed that HP, Lenovo and Asus are the first partners to introduce devices with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor as the company plans to bring the full version of Windows 10 to ARM chips.
Windows 10 in ARM is a project aimed at ultra-slim and always connected devices, with Microsoft promising that the release of such computers is not far off.
The Snapdragon 835 chip will run on X16 LTE which will provide up to 1Gbps download speeds, better battery life and five times longer standby time.
Qualcomm's Windows 10-based computers are expected to be released in 2017 while some optimistic Windows users hope that they will also create Windows 10 smartphones for ARM like the much-discussed Surface Phone.
Microsoft, on the other hand, focuses more on its new PCs, especially with the release of Windows 10 Creators Update.
"Our goal is the new generation of users who want to connect to the cloud at all times. I am talking about students, developers, freelancers, multinationals and smaller businesses. This means that data sharing between monitors and the use of the latest network technology such as gigabit LTE and eSIM is quite important, "said Peter Han, vice president of Partner Devices and Solutions.
Although it has not been ascertained yet, rumors want the first devices to come out in the autumn.
Its price is likely to be lower than the existing models because their main target group is the students.