Will ACPCs Boost in 2020?

Will this be the next step in computer portability? Microsoft has pushed ACPCs intensively since 2018; however, unless the connectivity with Telecomm network system is not 5G, it is more challenging to have an ‘always connected’ PC (ACPC).

Which are the reasons the industry promotes these type of laptops?

High portability

Lots of people nowadays spend dozens of hours a week commuting, and communication devices with the latest tech that can make the trips more pleasant or more efficient become useful

Smooth installation

Like a smartphone it is easy to set-up. Quick installations of all apps compatible with ACPC run on Windows 10 in mode S making it a routine smartphone installation. Once you install the corresponding apps, the Telecomm giants like AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon activate the apps in different ways through retail locations of a service provider, Microsoft store, or online.


A highly desirable feature for a portable laptop, they may weigh just over half a pound


Since it is light weight, the noise made while functioning is almost inaudible.

Connect anywhere

The ability to connect from anywhere you are, when you travel, or at any place, the hardware makes it available to access, connect and work anywhere

Widely accessible apps

You can access the Windows 10 features and apps from any location. Another upside is that you always access the latest most updated software versions.

Ultra-extended battery life

The ACPCs comes with an extended battery life beyond what has been manufactured in the industry so far; it’s a norm of 15 and over hours of battery life backed by standby power battery from a few to 20 days.

Enhanced Security

When you accessed the applications from the Microsoft store, you get the latest version with improved and verified security. They embed robust security features that keep your apps safe when using Windows 10 in S mode during its supported lifetime.

More efficient instruction execution and speed

Behind the screen, the devices come equipped with a RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) processor, which executes only the instructions necessary for each set of commands, thus allocating computer resources efficiently and providing increased speed.


You can use the device as both a laptop and a smartphone making it convenient for people who want to use a computer and have a smartphone on it at the same time.

The above are just a few of the capabilities that ACPCs offer, which seems crucial to people who engage in mobile work. Due to the improved general features of weight and sound, speed, and efficiency, the devices also prove superior for anyone who uses them frequently.

Get more information about ‘Always Connected PCs’ on the Microsoft pages, or Qualcomm and Lenovo.


Cory Popescu