Jim Edwards
January 7, 2013

One of the more impressive parts of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote address at CES, the giant consumer elecronics show in Las Vegas, was when he talked about the company’s development of Edison, a PC processor small enought to fit into the palm of your hand.

Intel specializes in making small, powerful processors, of course.

But Krzanich described Edison as a “full, Pentium-class PC in the form-factor of an SD card. That’s all the space you need,” he said.

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