Strengthen Creativity and Boost Productivity on Arm-Based Laptops

 


Laptop users increasingly demand a more mobile experience, with always-on, always connected 5G, and multi-day battery life. Through engineering, technology, and security innovations, Arm-based laptops deliver the mobile experience users need in today’s constantly connected digital world.

Mobile-Driven Laptop Performance

Multi-day Battery Life
 
Powers whole working day and beyond without charge.
Lightweight Form Factor
 
Supports thin and lightweight form factors.
Thermal Efficiency
 
No overheating during compute intensive workloads.
Always Connected
 
Enables LTE network connectivity for the new era of 5G.
Instant On
 
Maximizes productivity by instantly returning to tasks from sleep mode.
Resources to Get Started

Mobile Experiences Now on Laptops

Arm-based laptops bring advanced architecture and processor technology that enables mobile features and benefits on these devices.

5 Reasons to Switch to a Windows on Arm (WoA) Laptop

Part of a growing WoA ecosystem, these laptops continue to provide enhanced creativity, productivity, and entertainment.

Build Native Applications for Windows on Arm
 


This video provides an introduction to Windows on Arm, the benefits of these laptop devices, the growing Windows on Arm ecosystem, and how developers can start natively targeting their apps for Windows on Arm.

Arm Technology for Laptops

Case Studies

Full Backup and Seamless PC Migration for Windows on Arm

With the rise in popularity of always-on, always-connected laptops, Zinstall answers the need for complete system level backup for Windows on Arm.

Seamlessly Composing Music Through Native Windows on Arm

StaffPad for Windows on Arm is a music notation app to simplify the process of composing and performing music, providing users with a rich feature set, high performance, long battery life, and multiple-device connectivity.

Learning From Tweeten: Porting Electron Apps to Native Arm64 for Windows on Arm

Learn from Tweeten, a popular free Twitter client, on how its Electron apps natively run on Windows on Arm.