Snapdragon's latest hunks of speedy silicon aren't destined for your telephone or tablet. No, instead, new tweaks made to the Snapdragon 600 and 800 will power your connected car and home theater, respectively, instead.
You think you're better than me, TouschSmart 600? You think because you're now configurable with Core i7 720QM (1.6 GHz) or i7 820QM (1.73GHz) processors—starting at $1700—that you've defeated the long-standing caste system separating man and machine?
As much as we've enjoyed Windows Mobile phones and GPSes, we haven't actually had the pleasure of using something that combined both into one device. That's why Pharos's GPS Phone 600 is a welcome addition to our gadget arsenal whenever we have to go anywhere and we're not driving.