All you need to know about Qualcomm's $ 219 dev device for ARM - based apps on Windows

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Apple is slowly moving its computing systems towards ARM - based processors - the newest MacBook Pros with M1X chip is the latest addition.

On the other hand, there are only a handful of Windows laptops and desktops that use ARM - based processors. A strong app ecosystem is one of the keys to having more of these systems.

Last year, Apple introduced an ARM-based Mac Mini for developers to start porting their apps. If you are a Windows app developer, there is an information tool available for you too, thanks to Qualcomm.

In May, at Microsoft's developer summit, Qualcomm unveiled a developer package without revealing too much detail. Now, we have more information about this device, and a $ 219 price point.

The device, named the Desktop ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 Desktop has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c (gen 1) octa-core CPU with up to 2.4GHz clock speed.

You can check out the full page below:

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    Specifications

    • Processors:Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Compute SC7180
    • RAM: 4GB
    • Internal Memory: 64GB
    • External Memory: MicroSD Slot
    • Wireless connection: Wi-Fi 5; tooth-blue
    • Ports: 1 x USB Type-C (PD-Charging); 1 x USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A, 1 x USB 2.0 Type-A; 1 x HDMI; 1 LAN
    • Operating System: Windows 10 Home; Free upgrade to Windows 11

    The developer packs packages with Windows 10 Home edition, but you can upgrade to Windows 11 at no cost. It also has the ability to run an x64 emulator to evaluate the performance of your application.

    Some commonly used apps, such as Zoom, Adobe Photoshop, and Firefox have already released ARM - based versions for Windows.

    You would normally need to splurge near $ 1,000 to get an ARM - based Windows system and start developing your apps. But with this new development tool from Qualcomm, you can save a ton of money.

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    You can read more about Qualcomm ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 here. Additionally, you can check out documents related to Windows development on Snapdragon here.

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