You seem to have a hard time with reading comprehension.
Let me quote myself:
He's right though, while you seem under the impression is just more of the same mathematical operations but with thousands of times more instructions per second. We do know very well how quantum computers work and what they are capable of doing, it's just a matter of scalability and reliability. But even if you could scale it to millions of qubits there's still thousands of operations that won't benefit at all. Of course, you might argue that one could find a way to make use of the hardware to execute these instructions more efficiently but the same applies the other way around. It even made the news a while ago, when a student created an algorithm capable of doing what only quantum computers were though able to do.
Either way, I don't want to derail the thread, it's just that you seemed exceedingly passive-agressive for some reason. JRPGFan isn't to blame if your parents are divorcing or something.
OT - I wonder if that design is final. That bulge at the bottom makes me think that even if laying the console sideways is a feasible position, as Spencer claimed, it wasn't really designed with that in mind at all.