Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform offers an unprecedented combination of processing performance and optimized power consumption for the new generation of smart mobile devices. With Snapdragon chipsets, devices are always connected and aware and can offer all the communications users demand, including 3G mobile broadband, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. Snapdragon-based devices are thin, ultra-portable and easy to use, with an intuitive user interface and mobile OS.
HP of all people was on hand demonstrating a prototype netbook based on this mobility platform. With interesting features like instant-on and an Android base, the unnamed product was very unique. The multi-touch screen allows for some unique interaction and though we weren’t given any information on pricing or availability, we still left the booth interested in learning more.
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