A Synergetic system is unlike any other computational system, though it is a superset of all others. The principles of Synergetics are very easy to translate into physical implementations using today’s microelectronic technology. Through simple logic gates it is possible to create systems which exhibit and utilise relativistic and quantum mechanical effects despite the circuitry not itself being these in nature. Whereas natural phenomena such as latency cause serious problems for conventional computing, in Synergetics they can actually be turned to an advantage to improve overall performance. Such behaviour leads to incredibly powerful systems with a surprisingly high ease of use, arguably easier to use than a conventional computer.