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Are You Satisfied with the Specs of the Present Generation of Low-Power Devices?

Low-power, ultra-low-power, nano-power -- terms we see in just about every new product introduction, data sheet, or specifications. Clearly, the low-power spec of semiconductor devices today is critical as portable, battery-powered devices are seeing a high level of growth; this trend is expected to continue. But where are we at now? Is the current generation of low-power devices meeting your needs or do you need even lower power consumption to meet the needs of your designs? If so, what level of low-power consumption would you like to see?

Poll Results
  • The current generation of low-power devices is just right. (0%)
    0/12
  • The current generation of low-power devices is okay but could be better. (75%)
    9/12
  • The current generation of low-power devices is barely meeting my needs. (8%)
    1/12
  • The current generation of low-power devices is not meeting my needs. (0%)
    0/12
  • The current generation of low-power devices needs to be even lower power consumption to meet my needs. (17%)
    2/12
  • Other opinion; please explain in comments. (0%)
    0/12

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