In August Intel will release mini-computer with bank card size
Intel announced earlier this year at CES 2017 a full mini-computer the size of a credit card, the Compute Card. After that, nothing more was said about the novelty, and now the company gave more details on the release date, scheduled for August this year.
The device has all the basic components of a PC, such as 7th generation processors, Celeron or Pentium; 4 GB RAM, 64 GB or 128 GB storage, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and WiFi, among others. The company released the settings of the first four models, as you can see in the image below:
The gadget has dimensions of 95mm x 55mm x 5mm and works with Windows 10. It is designed to allow integration with other types of hardware such as TVs, monitors, dock and whatever else the imagination allows. To accompany the device, the company also launches the Compute Card Device Design Kit, with manuals for developers.
Prices have not been disclosed yet.
Sources: MS POWER USER