Moore's Law and Handhelds

Can processing power harm the handheld? What role can an obligation cause on pricing pressure, and how is that related to opportunity costs? Here, we look at how theory from factor isolation can paint a poor image of handheld development.

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jujubee881960d ago

I will have to complete , but I own a VITA and now how powerful mobile processors can get.

No other phone/tablet technology can beat the trajectory of fun I have had on VITA. VITA is only getting more enjoyable.

But I look forward to seeing what phones and tablets look like in the future.

jyang1960d ago

Oh yeah, I have a VITA as well. I love that thing to pieces.

jujubee881960d ago (Edited 1960d ago )

It's a great device to share with your friends and family if they have never seen one before.

It's also a toilet users best friend.

SilentNegotiator1960d ago (Edited 1960d ago )

I was hoping we would get a handheld that would have a decent amount of power that would not be too expensive and poorly marketed that developers would shy away, and be smart enough to have dual control sticks.

We did not get a handheld with all of that, unfortunately.