Intel at the CES 2017 had announced a new modular compute platform Called Compute Card. The Compute Card includes all elements of a PC. The Compute card offers an optimal solution to power everything required for a full featured host devices.
The Intel Compute Card will be shipping in August 2017. LG is working on an all in one PC powered by a Compute Card. The Compute card can be swaped out for latest one with improved performance.
The Compute Card includes many features like a built in integrated WiFI Bluetooth wireless connectivity. The Card includes a 7th Gen Intel Core vPro processor which makes it easy to handle toughest computing needs.
The Compute Card can be added to any device to increase the compute capabilities and life cycle. The company is also planning to release a Compute Card Device Design Kit that contain the information a device developer would need to create a product that supports an Intel Compute Card.
Intel Compute Card is now available in the following SKUs.
|Intel® Compute Card CD1IV128MK||7th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-7Y57 with Intel® vPro™ technology||4 GB DDR3||128 GB Intel® SSD||Intel® Wireless-AC 8265 (2×2 802.11ac & Bluetooth® 4.2)|
|Intel® Compute Card CD1M3128MK||7th Gen Intel® Core m3-7Y30 processor||4 GB DDR3||128 GB Intel® SSD||Intel® Wireless-AC 8265 (2×2 802.11ac & Bluetooth 4.2)|
|Intel® Compute Card CD1P64GK||Intel® Pentium® processor N4200||4 GB DDR3||64 GB eMMC||Intel® Wireless-AC 7265 (2×2 802.11ac & Bluetooth 4.2)|
|Intel® Compute Card CD1C64GK||Intel® Celeron® processor N3450||4 GB DDR3||64 GB eMMC||Intel® Wireless-AC 7265 (2×2 802.11ac & Bluetooth 4.2)|