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Top minds of Google proclaim that processing speed is no longer governed by moore's law which doubles processing speed every year which has held in theory until 2015 but doubles upon doubles exponentially. this means that a vita 2 would not follow the same law as the PSP-> Vita transition by being 2x as powerful, but will instead be anywhere from 4x, 16x, 256x, 65536x as powerful. In laymans terms, this means consistent 1080p 60FPS performance on a handheld which is nothing the switch can even achieve.
Top minds of Google proclaim that Vita 2 would be min. 4x as powerful as Vita
The "Top minds of Google" aren't even aware of the Vita's existence. What you linked is an article containing speculation on quantum computing.
We continue to give it, and if the law of the neven will hold in the future, it can be one indicator to predict the future of quantum computers, but we do not know at this stage.
It'll probably be at least a decade until quantum computers have any practical use (let alone be used in commercial products), and even then they'll only be suited for large-scale number crunching that can make use of quantum algorithms, not general purpose computing.
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