Windows 10 on ARM PCs Do Not Support Fast and Wireless Charging

2017-Dec-07 | Tags: compatibilitycriticismwin10

Windows on ARMAlways Connected PCs are now a real thing, as Microsoft officially unveiled the Windows on ARM project with help from HP and ASUS. And while these PCs are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, which is also available on mobile devices, not the full feature set is being offered, as the chipset has been specifically optimized for desktop computers.


As Neowin discovered, one of the features missing from PCs powered by the Snapdragon 835 chip is 802.11ad Wi-Fi, as the integrated Wi-Fi + WCN3990 companion chip offers 2x2 802.11ac with Mu-MIMO peak speed at 867 Mbps.

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