"They could take the device and bundle it with data and content", Miguel Nunes, senior director of product management at Qualcomm Technologies, told ET. If reports are to be believed, one can say that there's a huge possibility of Jio entering the laptop market in India.
The laptop is Jio's next big move to capture the Indian market and increase its average revenue per user (ARPU). Reliance Jio hasn't made any official announcement on this. For Always Connected PCs, Microsoft has even tweaked its Windows 10 operating system that offers same basic functionality but runs major applications in emulator mode.More news: World's most admired 2018
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio is reportedly making a new technology Jio laptop with SIM card and 4G feature.
HP, ASUS and Lenovo have already partnered with it for the 'Always Connected PC'. This has been an age-old problem for the telecom providers in India. If this comes out to be true then Jio laptops will connect to the Internet automatically when switched on without the need of manual Wi-Fi or LAN connection. For those unaware, Jio already offers multiple devices including JioPhone, JioFi, and Lyf smartphones.More news: Father Accused of Incest Killed Dover Woman, Infant
Other benefits include instant boot-up, better privacy, and security through integrated mobile connectivity instead of relying on public Wi-Fi hotspots.
Laptops With SIM Card: Reliance Jio's Next Sensation:- With Reliance Jio creating ripples across the country with such economic plans, the tarrifs have relatedly comedown across the country. Reliance Jio knows about all kinds of devices which are accessing Jio's 4G data and hence knows the internet usage patterns, now this development will expand its reach to laptops as well which will help it in predictive analysis on how the data is being consumed.More news: 'Jessica Jones' Officially Returning for Season 3
This can probably be the future of computing as the users could enjoy connectivity in their laptops on the go, without the hassles of mobile tethering and plugging dongles. "It's new for the OEMs, new for the operators, and new for the channel".