All of this loaded into a tiny fingertip-sized, 100-square-millimeter chip means smaller devices that can still pack a wallop. The chip makes use of 14-nanometer transistor technology, passing around data through spaces tinier than the width of a human hair. All while offering a better alternative to larger, 22-nanometer style chips. Bulky wrist wearables or pendant devices can slim down and still offer necessary wireless technologies to provide convenience. If the chip proves powerful enough, perhaps it could make its way to larger devices in order to slim down the overall footprint.