It seems like computers are getting smaller and smaller every day, and that's a good thing. The tiny little computer called the Raspberry Pi really caught the imagination of enthusiast and DIY geeks around the world and it has sold very well. Intel has a new computer that it's touting to compete with that Raspberry Pi device called the Next Unit of Computing.
The little box has a tiny 10 x 10 cm Ivy Bridge Core i3/i5 computer inside. It also has respectable connectivity including a Thunderbolt port, HDMI, and USB 3.0. The motherboard has dual memory slots and the board supports most Core i3/i5 processors. The tiny size and support for respectably performing components should make this very interesting device. A better performing version using Ivy Bridge and HD 4000 graphics is said to be on its way.
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