Tuesday, July 9th 2013

Stealth.com Introduces LPC-700F Fanless Mini-PC

Stealth.com Inc. (Stealth Computer), a leading ISO 9001 manufacturer of industrial rugged computers and peripherals has released a new powerful Fanless Mini PC model LPC-700F featuring built-in PCI or PCIe expansion slot capability. The LPC-700F outperforms other small sized PC systems due to the integration of the latest Intel 3rd Generation Core i7 mobile processors. The LPC-700F ships standard with an Intel i7 Processor 3610QE CPU exceeding the performance of computers many times its physical size. The LPC-700F fanless mini PC features a multitude of I/O connectivity built directly into its impressively small design such as; 4x USB 3.0, 6x RS232/Serial, 2x Gigabit LAN ports, VGA, DVI-D & HDMI video connectors and Audio In/Out. The LPC-700F fanless computer comes standard with a 128GB solid state drive (SSD).

"Our new Stealth Model: LPC-700F is the most powerful and technologically advanced fanless PC we have introduced to date. Our full featured machine features built in PCI or PCIe expansion card slots for applications requiring additional expansion capability", stated Ed Boutilier CEO of Stealth.com Inc. Stealth's LPC-700F is a powerful diminutive computer that operates without noisy cooling fans that could draw in dirt and dust potentially causing catastrophic failures. Stealth's fanless computers are encapsulated in a rugged extruded aluminum chassis performing as a heat sink to dissipate heat build-up.

Systems are compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/8/XP, Linux etc and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the OEM or end user. RAM memory is expandable to 16GB for additional performance requirements. The LPC-700F is currently shipping with base pricing starting at $1995.00 USD.

Stealth's LittlePC products serve a demanding market where small and powerful solutions are being deployed in space-challenged applications around the world. Embedded Control, Digital Signs, Kiosks, Mobile Navigation, Thin-Clients, POS & Human/Machine Interface are just a few of the applications that are ideal for Stealth's industry trusted products.
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22 Comments on Stealth.com Introduces LPC-700F Fanless Mini-PC

#1
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
So...many...serial....ports...OMG! It literally has more serial ports than USB ports!
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#2
AsRock
TPU addict
by: FordGT90Concept
So...many...serial....ports...OMG! It literally has more serial ports than USB ports!
HAHAHA... Here's another OMG

$1995.00 USD
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#3
silkstone
by: FordGT90Concept
So...many...serial....ports...OMG! It literally has more serial ports than USB ports!
by: AsRock
HAHAHA... Here's another OMG

$1995.00 USD
Not really surprising considering its applications.
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#4
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
What on earth uses six COM ports? I've seen lots of computers from back before USB existed and they would have up to four, never six. We're talking 22.6 kbps dial up modems, ancient ball mice, hardware keys for software, UPS communication, etc. Stuff that has been obsoleted about a decade and a half ago. Seriously, if someone needs six COM ports and is blowing two large for it, they ought to consider putting some of that money towards USB variants of that COM equipment.
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#5
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: FordGT90Concept
What on earth uses six COM ports? I've seen lots of computers from back before USB existed and they would have up to four, never six. We're talking 22.6 kbps dial up modems, ancient ball mice, hardware keys for software, UPS communication, etc. Stuff that has been obsoleted about a decade and a half ago. Seriously, if someone needs six COM ports and is blowing two large for it, they ought to consider putting some of that money towards USB variants of that COM equipment.
Industrial equipment, and more industrial equipment. CNC equipment is one example. Should you spend $2000 on a computer that can control everything or several hundred thousand dollars to buy new equipment so you can use a $300 PC that will not survive in that environment in any case?
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#6
erixx
With com ports (aka serial) you can control any kind of machinery, industrial devices, valves, doors, parabolic antennae, etc.
Not sure what this does on TPU apart from hardware freakness geekness :cool: :respect:
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#7
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: erixx
With com ports (aka serial) you can control any kind of machinery, industrial devices, valves, doors, parabolic antennae, etc.
Not sure what this does on TPU apart from hardware freakness geekness :cool: :respect:
That too. Extremely simple to implement anywhere really.
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#8
tigger
I'm the only one
The fit on that top panel isn't great, it's nice though I suppose for what it's supposed to be for.
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#9
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
so basically a laptop w/o any i/o parts.
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#10
AsRock
TPU addict
by: FordGT90Concept
What on earth uses six COM ports? I've seen lots of computers from back before USB existed and they would have up to four, never six. We're talking 22.6 kbps dial up modems, ancient ball mice, hardware keys for software, UPS communication, etc. Stuff that has been obsoleted about a decade and a half ago. Seriously, if someone needs six COM ports and is blowing two large for it, they ought to consider putting some of that money towards USB variants of that COM equipment.
Maybe not in all cases. for example maybe the data is sensitive so the company would disable the USB ports and use the D plugs...

But still 6 lol. Would like to see were one of these be used but thinking about it maybe specialized camera's ?.
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#11
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
There are two industrial factories I know will use 6 com ports:
Gunsmiths
Re-treading Tyre facilities - My girlfriends dad is chief engineer at one of these places, they use com ports gallore, not to mention some of the machines come with drivers on floppy disks, and 90% of anything inside those factory walls gets beat up pretty good, also inside the factory the temperature is between 13 and 18 degrees.
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#12
Tartaros
For those who every time a pc like this is announced here and say "OMG THIS IS A SHIT IT HAS COMM PORTS ITS SO EXPENSIVE WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH THIS CRAP", I'll tell you a secret:

Computers can be also used to work

Amazing, isn't it?
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#13
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: Tartaros
For those who every time a pc like this is announced here and say "OMG THIS IS A SHIT IT HAS COMM PORTS ITS SO EXPENSIVE WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH THIS CRAP", I'll tell you a secret:

Computers can be also used to work

Amazing, isn't it?
There's no need to be upset. God man. Anger issues.
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#14
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: de.das.dude
so basically a laptop w/o any i/o parts.
Are you being ironic or do you have your words mixed up? :wtf:
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#15
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
a lot of machines like machines in manufacturing like CAM etc, still use serial ports.
And often one computer maybe used to run a lot of machines. But i doubt that requires the computational needs of an i7
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#16
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
by: FordGT90Concept
What on earth uses six COM ports? I've seen lots of computers from back before USB existed and they would have up to four, never six. We're talking 22.6 kbps dial up modems, ancient ball mice, hardware keys for software, UPS communication, etc. Stuff that has been obsoleted about a decade and a half ago. Seriously, if someone needs six COM ports and is blowing two large for it, they ought to consider putting some of that money towards USB variants of that COM equipment.
I have over 40 CNC machines that I still have to use COM or RS32 ports to send programs to the CNC machines, but I use com or RS32 to RJ45 to pc. I only have a few that still use the com port on the pc. This pc would be great for a small company with 6 or less Older CNC's. :toast: Oh and you tell your share holders that you need to replace 40+ CNC @ 250k to 1millon+ ea. hehehe Oh and I've never had to unplug a COM Port and reconnect it to get it to work.. but if they do get unpluged and dirty and don't work.. Then all you have to do is spray some "LVC Contact cleaner" and plug it in, and it will work. ;) Share holders like to make there money back... not spend it or at least mine do... lol :roll:
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#17
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Are you sure you don't mean RS-232? That's the connectors COM/serial uses.
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#18
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
by: Frick
Are you being ironic or do you have your words mixed up? :wtf:
didnt see stuff was using phone
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#19
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
by: FordGT90Concept
Are you sure you don't mean RS-232? That's the connectors COM/serial uses.
That's all you got out of that was my fat fingered mistake.. :banghead: I meant rs232 or rs-232.. you got me buddy I don't know what the hell I'm talking about... :rolleyes: Either way my point is still the same, and that is just because this product has no use for you doesn't mean it doesn't for someone else buddy. :toast: Ask my share holders they will tell you.. or actually they would have someone tell you. :roll:

EDIT: Going back I did fat finger it twice.. :banghead: Don't know what that's about.. lol :roll:
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#20
cheesy999
by: RCoon
also inside the factory the temperature is between 13 and 18 degrees
Why is this a problem for the computer? my HP laptop has been outside on days much colder than that
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#21
AsRock
TPU addict
by: Mindweaver
That's all you got out of that was my fat fingered mistake.. :banghead: I meant rs232 or rs-232.. you got me buddy I don't know what the hell I'm talking about... :rolleyes: Either way my point is still the same, and that is just because this product has no use for you doesn't mean it doesn't for someone else buddy. :toast: Ask my share holders they will tell you.. or actually they would have someone tell you. :roll:

EDIT: Going back I did fat finger it twice.. :banghead: Don't know what that's about.. lol :roll:
Maybe your investors should invest in a fat finger keyboard for ya.. J/K
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#22
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: cheesy999
Why is this a problem for the computer? my HP laptop has been outside on days much colder than that
It's not a problem, it means better temperatures for a case-sink PC.
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