We all know that computers are getting small. Heck, an iPhone in 2017 would have easily been the world’s most powerful personal computer in 2000. However, things are about to get much smaller. At this year’s CES, Intel revealed its “Compute Card,” a device that contains the power of a typical PC. The product will officially launch at Computex, where technology enthusiasts will get to see it in action in many different ways.
Companies like Sharp, Seneca, and Foxconn will all be utilizing the cards in their own products. According to an article on The Verge, Sharp will use the card for digital signage, while LG will be hooking up the cards to monitors so that the monitor basically operates like a full computer.
Want to get your hands on one of these Compute Cards? They start shipping in August, so you won’t have to wait too long!
As technology continues to get smaller, flex circuit boards will play a role in driving new and innovative technology into the future.