I was excited about these suckers when I first read Wanderer's post. But now that I've done some research, I'm concerend that they're going to be pig-slow. It looks like the TM3200 just doesn't crank out the MIPS and the code-morhping front-end really chokes the thing. I like the low power consumption aspect... but not at the sake of usable performance.
Wish somebody (besides me) would pick one up (especially the 98SE version) and give their opinion.
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Yeah, but I don't think the 3120/3200 does near as well in comparison. The 5400 has a L2 cache, which appears to be critical for the "code-morphing". I don't believe that the 3200 has one.... and I've heard a few depressing reports.
I like just about everything else on these units though.
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