In a joint cooperation with Intel, MediaTech unveiled the T700 5G modem, which is designed to work in conjunction with the next generation of Intel chipsets.
Mediatek explained that the fifth-generation modem T700 supports Sub-6 5G technology as the company tested the chip on the fifth generation networks alone and does not depend on 4G LTE technology as the company said that the chip supports other fifth-generation networks that depend on its architecture on the fourth generation.
Mediatek also promised that its modem will give a high performance efficiency that will not affect the laptops or drain its battery in light of providing high speed connection via 5G networks that will serve its owners and help them in carrying out their work anywhere without restrictions.
It is worth mentioning that the majority of the laptops supported with the fifth generation modem were announced at the beginning of the year, especially during the Consumer Electronics Show CES 2020, which included Intel Latitude 9510 2-in1, HP Elite Dragonfly G2 and Lenovo Flex 5G, all of which came with modems from the forerunner in this The field “Qualcomm”.
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