by January 7, 2014 0 comments

The dawn of 2014 brings the excitement of CES 2014, which is probably the biggest technology event of the year, where major electronics brands showcase their products for the year ahead before they make their way to the end consumer. And Intel has made its first step in the direction of futuristic innovation by announcing Edison, an SD-card sized computer along with its first ever smartwatch.

Talking about Edison, this computer according to Intel will be primarily targeted at smart consumer products and wearable devices that are expected to rule the roost this year. Edison is designed under a 22nm Quark technology and packs a dual-core Pentium-class Soc clubbed with LPDDR2 RAM.

In terms of other features, Edison comes with flash storage option, I/O capabilities, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE for connectivity. Edison runs on Linux platform and Intel as talked about offering a dedicated app store for the computer in the near future.

Apart from Edison, Intel has also unveiled its first ever smartwatch. Interestingly, this smartwatch will not act as a paired up device with smartphone (via Bluetooth) and act as a standalone wearable device that will offer various set of features that can used by people.

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