Intel has detailed its latest line-up of Compute Cards.
The company markets the Compute Card as a modular platform developed to “transform how devices compute and connect”.
“Intel is showcasing a variety of solutions utilising the Intel Compute Card… spanning laptops and tablets, to digital signage and POS, to AIOs and intelligent whiteboards,” said Intel.
It also launched the Compute Card Device Design Kit, which features a set of guides and reference designs a developer will need to create a product which supports an Intel Compute Card.
The Compute Card is scheduled to begin shipping in August 2017, and will be available with a variety of processors.
|Intel Compute Cards|
|Processor||Intel Core vPro i5-7Y57||Intel Core i3 m3-7Y30||Pentium N4200||Celeron N3450|
|RAM||4GB DDR3||4GB DDR3||4GB DDR3||4GB DDR3|
|Storage||128GB SSD||128GB SSD||64GB eMMC||64GB eMMC|
|Connectivity||Intel Wireless, Bluetooth||Intel Wireless, Bluetooth||Intel Wireless, Bluetooth||Intel Wireless, Bluetooth|