Thursday, January 19, 2017

Nexdock turns Intel’s Compute Card into a 2-in-1 laptop

Intel announced the Compute Card at CES 2017 a few weeks ago. It’s a credit card-sized device that’s essentially a full computer, complete with CPU, GPU, and wireless connectivity. It’s designed to let hardware manufacturers easily add computer internals to smart devices, all built around a single, upgradable standard.

The new Nexdock is one of the first products we’ve seen announced that looks to take advantage of the Intel Compute Card. The company is actually listed as one of Intel’s regional partners for the Compute Card, and it looks like it takes the concept in an interesting direction.

The Nexdock itself is a touchscreen device with two slots on the sides: one for a Compute Card, which contains the actual “computer”...

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