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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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 ARM

Top Executive: Simon Segars, CEO

Headquarters: United Kingdom

Most leading smartphones, including Apple's iPhones and Samsung's Galaxy phones, leverage microprocessor designs from ARM, such as the Cortex-M and Cortex-A series. Advancements in ARM's microarchitecture have enabled 35-percent gains in performance for the Cortex-A76 CPU, the company said.

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 Asus

Top Executive: S.Y. Hsu and Samson Hu, Co-CEOs

Headquarters: Taiwan

Among the latest notebook additions in the Asus portfolio include the ZenBook Pro 15 and ZenBook Pro 14. Both feature the new "ScreenPad"—a touch screen that takes the place of the touch pad and offers touch-pad functionality, as well as serving functions as an app launcher and calculator.

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Belkin

Top Executive: Chet Pipkin, CEO

Headquarters: Playa Vista, Calif.

Belkin's broad lineup of smartphone accessories includes power banks such as the Boost Charge Power Bank 5K With Lightning Connector, which has the advantage of being able to recharge itself using an iPhone Lightning cable. That means that mobile workers can use the same Lightning cable used to power their iPhone to recharge their power bank.

 
 
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