Edison: Computer As Small As a SD Card

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We hear about wearable devices all the time these days. Our computers are becoming smaller too. Take Edison by Intel. It is a computer the size of a SD card. We are talking about a full Pentium-class PC that is so small, you can lose it in your pocket. It is powered by a dual core Quark SOC and runs Linux. It has built-in WiFi and Bluetooth also.

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Edison has a lot of potential. This just goes on to show that we are going to see smarter wearable devices in the very near future. These are exciting times indeed.

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