With the release of PCs supporting cellular data networks from multiple OEM product manufacturers, Microsoft has finally announced carriers that support these devices. At Computex Taipei in Taipei last year, Microsoft listed a list of mobile operators that will support eSIM. But now, five more are added, they are-China Telecom, Telecom Italia, British EE, and Sprint and Verizon.
Don McGuire, Qualcomm's vice president of global product marketing, said in a statement:
We are constantly looking for ways to redefine the user's mobile experience, which is why we developed the Snapdragon mobile PC platform.
Under the protection of the world's leading mobile operators, with a gigabit LTE network, battery life beyond one day, and innovation in thin and light design, Always Connected PC will provide customers with the most comprehensive mobile computing experience.
Devices from Asus, Hewlett-Packard and other manufacturers have already been released, and Lenovo just released the Miix 630 new machine yesterday. Although these devices run on ARM SoCs, they can still use the emulator to experience full Windows 10 functionality and use x86 applications.