Lap-slabtop-mobes with Snapdragon Arm CPUs running Windows 10: We had a quick gander

Imagine a netbook with a SIM card. Bingo

Pictures in brief

Here's the Asus NovaGo: it basically looks like a laptop and the screen bends back so it can stand up, like an upside down V, on your desk.

And here's the HP Envy x2 with its detachable keyboard and pen.

This is what greets people when they try to install Google's search app, from the Windows 10 S store: a massive Microsoft Edge banner ad. And you can't install Chrome on 10 S. You'll have to get Pro for that.

And here's what Device Manager looks like, listing Qualcomm's hardware within the machines.

And finally, here's what Windows 10 connected to the internet via a mobile network – Sprint – looks like. Sometime in the future, this won't look weird.

We'll update this article with any additional information that comes to light at this week's Qualcomm Tech Summit in Hawaii. ®

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