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the same chips to watches and apparel to let them handle much more sophisticated functions. But more work needs to be done on power consumption.
"The power consumption of processors really needs to get an order of magnitude less," Talluri said. "People's expectation in wearables is not that they have to charge them every day. They want to wear things for weeks."