As we all know by now, Windows RT powered tablets are coming and Microsoft has opted to join team NVIDIA when it comes to powering its own Surface tablet. Qualcomm may have taken exception to that decision because it is promising that Windows RT devices powered by its Snapdragon processors will be better.
Qualcomm recently held a developers conference called Uplinq. At the event, Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said Snapdragon-based Windows RT devices will be thinner, lighter, deliver good performance, offer extended battery life, and will still keep things cool while not requiring a fan. He also promised that Windows RT Snapdragon devices would be available when Windows 8 launches.