CES 2014 Live: Intel Edison, an SD card-sized computer announced

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In addition to the smartwatch, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich also unveiled Edison, a computer which is the size of a memory card. It is targeted at smart consumer products and wearable devices and will be arriving later this year.

Edison has been built using 22nm Quark technology and is a Pentium-class PC powered by a dual-core SoC. It features LPDDR2 RAM, flash storage, I/O capabilities, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE and on the software front, it runs on Linux. Intel will also be offering an app store built specially for Edison.