There's also this quote from that article:why stop there then?
this is the source
Apple's M1 proves that ARM can compete with x86 in high-end systems.arstechnica.com
there many more benchmarks
for example, this one is interesting
M1 pulls up to 20W vs 23W with ryzen 4700U
Based upon that and Anandtech's power results, looks like the M1 TDP is ~22W give or take a couple of watts.I did observe one higher power draw from the mini aside from those shown here—during multi-threaded Geekbench runs, the mini hits 30W for about five seconds total at one point during the run.