This could only happen now, really; neither Windows 7 nor Mac OS X support ARM-based processors, but Microsoft confirmed that the next version of Windows (Windows 8?) will support them (potentially opening up the world of desktop Windows even wider to include additional ARM-based mobile tablets and phones). And, of course, there's that new OS on the scene: Google's nothing-but-the-browser Chrome OS. That means that your next computer, if it runs Chrome OS or Windows 8, could pack one of these ultra-low-power chips, which would grant that computer excellent battery life, lighter weight, smaller size, and given Nvidia's graphics history, probably little loss in everyday graphics ability. That's pretty impressive stuff, provided Nvidia can actually make and get these chips into computers people want.