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    Microsoft's next round of Surfaces better include support for 4G LTE.
    Over the last few months, Microsoft and its partners have been talking up a more connected future for PCs revolving around 4G and eventually 5G cellular connectivity. Much of that has been due to the push for ARM processors and devices, which started in late 2016 and then continued with the recent announcement of the Snapdragon 850. However, these "Always Connected-PCs" also involve Intel and AMD.
    If Microsoft is serious about LTE, all of its Surface devices — including Laptop, Pro, and Book — should have an option for a cellular data modem. And we shouldn't have to wait for an extra nine months for it either. Here's why

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    06-15-2018 11:10 AM

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