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Qualcomm Introduces Two New Low-Power Chipsets for IoT Devices

IoT devices are going to become a little friendlier on the wallet in more ways than one soon. Today, Qualcomm is announcing their Snapdragon 600E and 410E chipsets, low-power versions of the existing 600 and 410 chipsets. The E series will be less powerful, but will consume less energy to help businesses and consumers save money. We usually talk about Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets when we cover new smartphones — the chipsets in use there are among Qualcomm’s most powerful.
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