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30 Coolest Mobile Hardware Companies: 2019 Mobility 100

We round up the top vendors of smartphones, tablets and highly portable notebooks, along with makers of mobile device components and accessories.

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Acer

Top Executive: Jason Chen, CEO

Headquarters: Taiwan

Acer's recent product launches have included the Swift 7 notebook, which stands out from the laptop pack with impressive portability. The Swift 7 weighs only 2 pounds and measures just 0.39 of an inch thick—while still remaining durable by using magnesium-lithium and magnesium-aluminum alloys for its exterior body.

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 AMD

Top Executive: Lisa Su, CEO

Headquarters: Santa Clara, Calif.

AMD's mobility push for 2019 has included the debut of new laptop CPUs—the Ryzen 3000 Series mobile processors—which include quad-core chips that run at up to 3.7GHz. AMD also recently launched new dual-core A-Series processors for Chromebooks that run at up to 2.7GHz.

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Apple

Top Executive: Tim Cook, CEO

Headquarters: Cupertino, Calif.

Along with releasing the usual lineup of new iPhones, Apple has spent the past year updating its full portfolio of mobility-focused products—including long-awaited refreshes to devices such as the MacBook Air, iPad Mini and iPad Air. Apple also updated its MacBook Pro to offer enhanced performance and its iPad Pro to feature a larger display and support a new version of the Apple Pencil stylus.

 
 
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