Intel has taken the wraps off a new modular computer called Intel Compute Card at the CES 2017 event.

The credit-card sized device will transform the way computing and connectivity can be integrated in future devices, the company says.

According to Intel, the Compute card, featuring a range of processors including the latest 7th generation Intel core processor, will be available in the middle of this year.

It comes with a simple and portable design, making it easier to install, maintain and upgrade independently of the certified devices.

The Compute card, claims the company, will offer optimal solution to power everything starting from entry-level to full features host devices.

It has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity.

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