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b00moscone said:
Hah, they weren't even trying to be subtle here. I wonder if a lawsuit from Nintendo will ensue.

Why would Nintendo want to throw away money? The Chinese government would never side with a foreign company over one of their own.



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I'm pretty sure Nintendo was sued over the switch designs. I don't see them suing over the design they were sued over.



Apollo lake N4200... meh.

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DonFerrari said:
Cubedramirez said:
The Apollo lake chips are laughable to say the least.

Never heard of it. Is it a low power thing?

It's a newer manufacturing process however it doesn't hold a candle to the Tegra X1 in terms of ability and power. The Apollo Lake chipsets are the last breath of the failed Atom line.  They are designed for entry level devices like economy laptops, and tablets. Their whole selling point is low power consumption and that's it. 



Cubedramirez said:
DonFerrari said:

Never heard of it. Is it a low power thing?

It's a newer manufacturing process however it doesn't hold a candle to the Tegra X1 in terms of ability and power. The Apollo Lake chipsets are the last breath of the failed Atom line.  They are designed for entry level devices like economy laptops, and tablets. Their whole selling point is low power consumption and that's it. 

I see, so a bad choice for the platform, but also I don't think anyone is expecting anything from this system right?



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DonFerrari said:
Cubedramirez said:

It's a newer manufacturing process however it doesn't hold a candle to the Tegra X1 in terms of ability and power. The Apollo Lake chipsets are the last breath of the failed Atom line.  They are designed for entry level devices like economy laptops, and tablets. Their whole selling point is low power consumption and that's it. 

I see, so a bad choice for the platform, but also I don't think anyone is expecting anything from this system right?

It's the right choice if the cost of the device is the most important factor. However nothing is expected from this whatsoever. She'll run slow on a lot of newer mobile games in all honesty.