Microsoft and Qualcomm Developer Computer!
Qualcomm, one of the processor giants, today announced the launch of the affordable Snapdragon Developer Kit that runs Windows on an ARM-based desktop designed for developers. Designed in collaboration with Microsoft and Qualcomm, the device is built on this Qualcomm Snapdragon 7C computing platform to allow developers to migrate Windows applications to natively support ARM64 without spending a fortune on ARM devices.
Independent software developers need hardware to test native ARM64 applications running on Windows, and the Snapdragon Developer Kit, developed with Microsoft support, is more economically priced than notebooks made for consumers.
Use it to move your apps to Always On Always Connected Computers (ACPC) powered by Snapdragon and running Windows 10.
The Snapdragon Developer Kit, designed in cooperation with Microsoft and Qualcomm and containing the Snapdragon 7C Gen 2 processor, one of Qualcomm’s most up-to-date processors, will be available on the Microsoft Store starting this summer. It is not yet clear how much the device will be sold for and if it will arrive in our country.