>>1020558 Well wouldn't it then turn into the amount of features each chip offers? That's sort of what propels the cell phone market currently. Nobody really talks about how much faster their cellphone is compared to their friend's phone, that is, unless they're a NEET. Usually it's about the features they offer.
These new processors are going to be the first chips in laptops to offer wireless charging capability--wireless charging for laptops could be a bigger game-changer for multiple industries, and it could even be bigger than wifi.
I know a few of the happenings going on at Intel, but I'm not really a pro at stock fundamentals. So I don't know if this has any correlation with the stock's value. That's why I came here. I know AMD is fucking up with its GPU lineup, so I feel like that leaves them more prone to being shafted by Intel in the CPU sector. Idk since it's two different branches maybe none of the marketing techniques are shared.
I understand where you're coming from by looking at it from the macro level. Moore's Law should be coming to an end soon, which is how Intel benchmarks their newest processors. However, the chips are still becoming smaller and smaller.
I think the micronization of chips will be a problem probably 10-15 years down the line.
>>1020628 Quantum computing already exists. Google, NASA, and Lockheed Martin have all bought D-Wave Quantum computing machines; however, these machines are vastly limited in what they're able to compute. Intel is throwing 52 million dollars at a Dutch University to speed up research in quantum computing, IBM is on some other shit and has already built a quantum chip, although it needs to be super-cooled, and the U.S. Government is about to drop the nuke equivalent of super computer funding by investing close to 500 million dollars in building the world's fastest super computers. China and America are having a Super Computer Cold War atm.
tl;dr Consumer Quantum computing should be around the corner.
>>1021085 What can people do with a quantum computer? I mean the day to day, the average joe, how can society benefit from uber computing? It seems it is just a feather in a companies cap opposed to being practical.
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