SteveFOX, 19 Nov 2020180W TDP against 28W for the M1. Sure, they are on the same level :)Note that 180W is for the 64-core part, which this is not. Here's more info on the CPU:
Interestingly, it appears to use custom-designed ARMv8 cores instead of Cortex like they use in Kirin chips.
180W TDP against 28W for the M1. Sure, they are on the same level :)
well, china already developed their own Windows counterpart. soon they will be independent from all american technologies(except apple ).
It runs whatever os you put on it. But how does it handle heavy photo and video editing?
Editing that requires: i7 cpu. 16-32gb ram. 4-6gb gfx card.