Tak będzie się prezentował laptop z Snapdragon X Elite

This is what a laptop with Snapdragon X Elite will look like

There is a chance that we will see laptops with ARM systems from Qualcomm in June at Computex 2024. Another manufacturer accidentally showed its model.

People who follow news from the world of new technologies are well aware of this Qualcomm plans to challenge giants such as AMD and Intel. The manufacturer known for systems used in smartphones wants to release processors intended for laptops.

It won't be cheap. Prices will start from PLN 6,389

We will get computers with processors later this year Snapdragon X Elite and XPlus, and it looks like their premiere is near. A moment ago we informed you about the models Delland now it's time for ASUS.

The company's Vietnamese branch accidentally made the laptop public ASUS Vivobook S15 OLED, revealing not only its appearance, but also its specifications. It is supposed to be the heart of the device 12 core Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite (X1E-78-100), configuration of eight large, high-performance and four small, energy-saving cores.

The SoC will work with clock speed up to 3.4 GHzand it is equipped with 42 MB cache. In terms of performance, it is currently known about 75 TOPs in AI applications. It will complete the whole thing iGPU from the Adreno series, about which there were no major leaks. However, it will not be a performance demon.

This is what a laptop with Snapdragon X Elite will look like

ASUS decided on 32 GB of LPDDR5X RAM and PCIe 4.0 x4 SSD with a capacity of 1 TB. It completes the whole thing 15.6-inch OLED screen about resolution 2880 x 1620 pixelsrefresh rate 120Hz and brightness up to 600 nits and a 70 Whr battery that it has ensure long working time.

The suggested price has not been revealed, but unofficial sources give the amount of EUR 1,499, i.e approximately PLN 6,389 for the basic model. If it turns out to be true, Qualcomm is unlikely to conquer the world of laptops. At this price, there are not only efficient x86 models for AMD/Intel, but also Apple with its ARM systems.

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