Originally Posted by eXeler0
" Ideally suited for the printing and imaging market, the P1022 processor includes advanced deep sleep power and energy management features that enable developers to design next-generation energy efficiency, environmental and governmental energy regulatory power requirements."....
Yes, its energy efficient.
recent PPCs are.
And it runs a variant of Linux that supports the spe fpu.
We have had this info for years.
Its still not compatible with current NG OS' and using it will still incur a performance penalty.