Following on from its unveiling back in January during CES 2017, Intel has this week announced that its new Intel Compute Card will start shipping in a few months time during August 2017.
The announcement was made during the Computex technology show currently taking place in Taiwan. Intel has also revealed a number of partners including LG, Dell and Lenovo are planning to create products designed around the new Compute Card.
Intel plans to launch models with Celeron N3450, Pentium 4200, Core M3-7Y30, and Core i5-7y57 processors. Each version should have 4GB of RAM with entry-level models featuring 64GB of eMMC storage and higher-end versions using 128GB of PCIe SSD storage.
For more information on the new Intel Compute Card jump over to the official Intel website for details by following the link below.
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