Our "official" statement at the moment is:
Yes. "something like..."
Can you spare some more details regarding this component? use cases, platform support?
Sadly, not right now. We'll have more info later.-Gary
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Virtual machines run pretty quickly on my computer, and I just have an AMD
Athlon 64 X2 3600+ 2GHz processor, and an old GeForce 7100 graphics card. Even
without video acceleration (in the VM) it runs reasonably fast, but with it
it's almost as if it's native (if I had more memory, it would probably be the
same as native. Only have 1.5GB, atm). Since they're coming out with
processors that have more cores now, and since almost all AMD am2 and later
processors have hardware virtualization (I hear it's iffy on Intel's side,
though... which ones have it, that is), it shouldn't be a problem even if you
have a laptop (in the future, at least).
That said, you're still free to choose whether you want to leave your laptop
running or not. I probably wouldn't, either.