Is Intel’s Compute Card a real PC?

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Intel will soon release its brand new Compute Card, a device that is an entire PC in the confines of a credit card-sized chip. This amazing device will be available later this year and promises to make an incredible difference in the ways that we currently see technology.

Card features

This card will be able to plug into any device that is compatible with it and will give developers the easiest option if they want their device to feature intelligence or to have some kind of connectivity. Intel wants to make it something that you can easily slide in and out of a device instead of making it as a built-in component of relevant products. It will be easier to maintain and to upgrade it this way.

Four models of the Compute Card

  1. The model CD1IV128MK will work on Intel Core i5 vPro processor 7Y57; it will have 4GB DDR3 RAM, 128 GB Intel SSD, Intel Wireless-AC 8265 soldered IEEE, and support for mechanical security latch. Its dimensions will be 94.5mm x 55mm x 5mm.
  2. The model CD1IV128MK will work on Intel Core m3 processor 7Y30; it will have 4GB DDR3 RAM, 128 GB Intel SSD, Intel Wireless-AC 8265 soldered IEEE, and support for mechanical security latch. Its dimensions will be 94.5mm x 55mm x 5mm.
  3. The model CD1IV128MK will work on Intel Pentium processor N4200; it will have 4GB DDR3 RAM, 64GB eMMC, Intel Wireless-AC 7265 soldered IEEE, and support for mechanical security latch. Its dimensions will be 94.5mm x 55mm x 5mm.
  4. The model CD1C64GK will work on Intel Celeron processor N3450; it will have 4GB DDR3 RAM, 64GB eMMC, Intel Wireless-AC 7265 soldered IEEE, and support for mechanical security latch. Its dimensions will be 94.5mm x 55mm x 5mm.

Stay tuned to be the first to find out what Intel does with the device when companies start to implement it in their machines.

For more information about Intel’s new Compute Card, check out the video below:

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