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Maybe, though their partnering with Qualcomm is suggestive: perhaps they're doing hardware-accelerated binary translation? That _might_ be fast and power efficient, who knows...

In any case, many users may just be wanting to run older enterprise apps, and so even then, with the translation penalty, they'll probably be quite snappy.




> "That _might_ be fast and power efficient"

My argument is that it's not going to be as power efficient as using x86 natively. There's no getting around that.




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