And this is why I'm excited.The duo will seemingly take the emphasis off solving heating problems caused by current (Intel) x86 solutions and drive industry innovation, thus resulting in even lighter, cheaper, and longer lasting battery standards.
Coming with Win7 soon - this year from our good friends at MSI - so folks can have their x86 cake, and eat it, too.... Code-named "Desna," the tablet-optimized chipset boasts Radeon HD 6250 discrete-class graphics, two 1 GHz "Bobcat" CPU cores and a TDP of only 5.9 watts.
Grow up. ARM chips are going to be woefully slow running at task other than Farmville and Facebook. Cannot wait for a Atom with SSE and Quicksync.ARM, on the other hand, is calling their bluff by cranking up the performance of its tech to meet the x86 giants.