The Intel Edison is a tiny computer offered by Intel as a
development system for wearable devices. The system was initially announced to be the same size
and shape as an SD card and contain a dual-core Intel Quark x86 CPU at 400 MHz communicating via
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. A later announcement changed the CPU to a 22 nm Silvermont dual-core Intel
The second version of the board was presented in September 2014.
Its dimensions are 35.5 x 25 x 3.9 mm, with components on both sides.
The board's main SoC is a 22 nm Intel Atom "Tangier" (Z34XX) that
includes two Atom Silvermont cores running at 500 MHz and one Intel
Quark core at 100 MHz (for executing RTOS ViperOS). The SoC has 1 GB
RAM integrated on package. There is also 4 GB eMMC flash on board,
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4 and USB controllers. The board has 70-pin dense
connector (Hirose DF40) with USB, SD, UARTs, GPIOs. It runs Yocto
Linux with development support for Arduino IDE, Eclipse (C, C++, Python)
, Intel XDK (NodeJS, HTML5), and Wolfram.
Brand : Intel
Item Height: 45 Millimeters
Item Width: 9 Centimeters
Item Weight: 209 g
Product Dimensions: 16 x 9 x 4.5 cm
Item model number: EDI1ARDUIN.AL.K
Lithium battery Weight: 5 Grams