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With Windows On ARM, MediaTek sets its sights

Each day, ARM-based smartphone processors get better. Their power has recently defied computers. Specifically, Apple launched very powerful laptop and PC models using M series processors. The success of the company convinced other chip manufacturers to enter ARM PCs. Windows on ARM PCs are among the targets of MediaTek.

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It still plans to enter the Windows on ARM PC market

The smartphone market continues to be dominated by MediaTek, one of the world’s leading processor manufacturers. As a result, the company wants to enter the PC market. The company revealed future plans at an event. According to MediaTek executives, the PC market is worth $40 billion.

MediaTek will first target Chromebooks. A new entry-level chipset for Chromebooks is now available, Kompanio 520 and 528. Both processors stand out with their efficiency and being sufficient for daily use. Unfortunately, the details of the tech giant’s future plans are unknown.

“In CPUs and GPUs we have to make some largeWith Windows On ARM, MediaTek sets its sightsr investments as a foundation.”, said MediaTek vice president Vince Hu. According to this sentence, Windows on ARM is a serious company’s goal.

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Qualcomm acquired CPUs and GPUs from third-party manufacturers. MediaTek will design them in-house. A new series of entry-level Chromebook chipsets, the Kompanio 520 and 528, has been released. Adam King, MediaTek’s vice president of customer computing, will lead the PC operations. King previously worked at Intel for ten years and held key positions.

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