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It's still mind-blowing that if you wanted a USB-C controller in 1976, you'd need $64 million dollars worth of computing power.

You would need more than that, since a significant cost is already built into the economies of scale of making non-leading-edge chips.

Exponential growth is a crazy thing.

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