Intel recently began shipping the Quark Microcontroller D2000 Developer's Kit, a tiny single-board computer for things like a wearable device, a smart accessory, or a furniture automation product. The microcomputer has a six-axis accelerometer, a magnetometer, a USB2.0 interface, a coin cell slot, priced at only $ 15. Developers can connect other sensors to the computer to create a series of networked devices.
What can a single-board computer do? This type of card-sized micro-computer function is relatively simple, but by the designer's whim, can be turned into something very interesting.