Friday, March 22nd 2013

Stealth Introduces Mini PC with Core "Ivy Bridge" Processor Inc. (Stealth Computer) a leading ISO 9001 manufacturer of industrial rugged computers and peripherals has released a new powerful small form factor PC. The new Stealth Extreme Power model LPC-480 mini PC is Stealth's most powerful small form factor computer to date continuing their history of delivering small high performance computers for demanding applications.

The LPC-480 outperforms other small sized PC systems due to the integration of the latest Intel 3rd Generation Core i7 mobile processors. The LPC-480 ships with a standard Intel i7 Processor 3610QE CPU exceeding the performance of computers many times its physical size. The LPC-480 LittlePC measures an amazing 5.7" x 9.9" and less than 1.65" in height or about the size of a hard cover novel.

"Our new Stealth Model: LPC-480 is the most powerful and technologically advanced small form PC we have introduced to date. Our full featured machine utilizes the new third generation Intel Core i7 mobile processors and we truly believe it delivers the most processing power of any small form-factor computer available on the market today." stated Ed Boutilier CEO of Inc.

The LPC-480 small mini PC features a multitude of I/O connectivity built into its impressively small design such as; 4-USB 3.0, 2-USB 2.0, 1-DVI-D, 1-VGA, 1-Gigabit LAN, 2-RS232 Serial and Line In/Out Audio ports.

The LPC-480 supports up to 16GB in DDR3 memory and is available with a 2.5" mobile hard drive or Solid State Drive (SSD) in various capacities. A slim DVD-RW/CD-RW optical disk drive comes standard with an optional Blu-ray burner available.

Systems are compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, 8, XP, Linux, etc and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the end user. Stealth's new LPC-480 Small Form PC is currently shipping with configurations starting from $1,325.00 USD.
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by: SaiZo
Since it's powerful (looking at the CPU), it can be used maybe for banking systems in a smaller store, acting as a "server" for some sort of shopping system. Usually, the systems have their own small computer, but I have seen models where they are connected elsewhere.
Most def, stick enough ram in this thing and you could run server on it easily for a small network/domain/exchange etc, if you really want use a SAN and don't worry about internal storage. Talk about nice silent, small out of the way, out of sight server. Heck it could be put on the receptionists desk.

I just ordered in a nice loaded up Dell T420 server (dual 6core, 64gb ram, 8 hard drives), 1 fan in the back, nearly silent... All I have to say is it's about time and I couldn't be happier, nor my customer.
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