A Qualcomm-powered convertible that aims to offer users marathon length 24-hour battery life and all the perks of Microsoft’s Windows OS.
The Lenovo Yoga C630 13 is the latest 4G-enabled notebook to run using a Qualcomm mobile processor. If that sets off alarm bells, it should.
In the past, we’ve found that while the low-powered CPU provides a stellar battery life, compatibility issues with the chip’s ARM architecture and Windows software can make carrying out even basic tasks a bit of a pain. This, plus hefty upfront costs resulted in key ARM-laptops and tablets, such as the Surface Pro X and HP Envy x2, failing to wow us.
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