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I agree it's in it's infancy, but it is a million times slower than a 1980's processor. It's got a long ways to go before it would be useful for much.
True.

But it can only go up from here.
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Intel 8Hz i1 CPU.
OC Unlockable to 11Hz!!!!!!! ZOMG! =D
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well if i had a tee shirt that i wanted blinking lights at a rate of 6 times a second to induce epilepsy to others around me i guess this will suffice.
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and the iplastic is born. :S
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Knowing how fast silicone chips moved along in such a little amount of time, I wouldn't be suprised if we had chips like this with the power of a snapdragon cpu in a matter of years, considering all the tech we have now, compared to back in the 80's.

I think this is a great leap in mobile technology.
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That's neat, although there isn't a whole lot you can do with an 8 bit instruction set.
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can someone tell me why were moving to plastic? that's like going backwards.
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well if i had a tee shirt that i wanted blinking lights at a rate of 6 times a second to induce epilepsy to others around me i guess this will suffice.
this
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can someone tell me why were moving to plastic? that's like going backwards.
This would probably only be used in an embedded device of some sort. Don't expect to see one of these in your PC any time soon.
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post #20 of 49
They are 7 years late and a few hundred times slower.
http://www.sel.co.jp/en/02_RandD/2-4_CPU.html
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Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co, Ltd said it has succeeded in forming a CPU and running it on a plastic substrate for the first time in the world.
Since it is on a plastic substrate, the prototype CPU can be bent. It is powered by +3.3V and has an operating frequency range of 13MHz. The laboratory says the CPU was realized by transcribing onto the plastic substrate a low-temperature p-Si TFT.

Edited by AMDPhenomX4 - 3/25/11 at 12:01pm
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