Next NexDock’s model will support Intel Compute Cards. Additionally, the device will continue to support the Continuum for Phones with USB-C and with a proper HD display. In fact, on the other side of the laptop-style device, you’ll find a slot where you can insert a variety “interchangeable USB Type-C modules”.

Recently at CES, Intel announced Compute Cards which promise to be not much longer than a credit card, at 99x55x5mm and offering up to a 7th Gen Intel Core i7 vPro processor. The upcoming NexDock dock will have the dedicated slot for Intel Compute Cards. The new NexDock will be the first docking unit that will support the new Intel Compute Cards in 2-in-1 laptop form.

NexDock’s new model will be available in mid-2017. However,  the price for NexDock is still unknown. The device will be available standalone as well as in bundles with an Intel Compute Card.


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