Raspberry Pi exists for those who like to build computers, while the Intel Compute Card is a pocket-sized machine that’s ready to go. Available with a variety of processors (Intel’s 7th Gen vPro included), it can be configured with 4GB DDR3 RAM, and has integrated Bluetooth as well as Wi-Fi connectivity, making it perfect for simple tasks or even powering an ATM. Continue reading for a hands-on video showing what’s inside, more pictures and information.
“Aside from giving your electronic appliances and peripherals a whole lot of data processing power and internet connectivity, it was also designed to be easily upgrade-able. Just by pulling out the old card and putting in a new card, Intel promises a future where electronic devices will never grow obsolete and will only need to be replaced when they’re broken,” reports Yanko Design.