“7nm, 10nm, 12nm, 14nm, 16nm….” You’ll generally find this number when you’re going through the specs of Semiconductor devices like a Processor. Product reviewers and Tech Experts talk about this number like its a big deal. So, what exactly is this nanometer number? Well, as a consumer, all you need to know that this number represents the size of transistors (or components) in a Processor (We will get back to the actual meaning later). The
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