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Hello everyone, Paul Karazuba fr

Hello everyone, Paul Karazuba from QuickLogic here.

Just a few clarifications – while we are definitely less than 250µW active power for our wearable specific sensor hub designs, I think it’s only fair to point out that our ArcticLink 3 S1 sensor hub is also less than 250µW active power for Smartphone-centric sensor hubs, while maintaining KitKat compatibility.

Also, regarding Rich’s comment, I suppose this all depends on what you are trying to do — if you strapped your wearable onto a drone and are using it to control the drone, then a high data rate could be very desirable (or if you are running AR on a pair of glasses, as another example). On the other hand, if you are playing a game that uses orientation for control, then a lower data rate will likely be acceptable

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