You’ve perhaps never seen a full-blown computer smaller than Intel’s amazingly thin Compute Card, announced for the first time at CES.
At first glance, it’s easy to mistake the modular computer for a credit card or smart card. It’s so thin, it could be easy to lose.
But it’s a full blown computer, crammed with a 7th Generation Intel Kaby Lake processor, memory, storage, and wireless connectivity.
It’s so small, it can’t accommodate USB-C or other ports to power up or connect to displays. The Compute Card will work only after being plugged into a slot of a larger device, much like smart cards.
Here’s the bad news: It’s not targeted toward PCs. However, we hope Intel will eventually make them for PCs, and there are hints the chipmaker could.
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