Saturday, January 17th 2009

Stealth Introduces the Extremely Fast LPC-650 Mini PC

Stealth Computer, a leading manufacturer of industrial rugged computers and peripherals recently released the LPC-650 Series LittlePC, an extremely fast and little home-entertainment PC. The new Stealth LPC-650 small form factor PC offers tremendous power in a tiny package that measures 6.5" x 6" and less than 2" tall, or about the size of a normal human hand. It is enginnered with the latest 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T8300 or 2.6GHz T9500 processors, up to 4GB of SO-DIMM DDR2 memory, and up to 500GB of hard disk space (accommodates 2.5-inch SATA mobile HDDs) or even SSD option. The LPC-650 mini PC features a multitude of I/O connectivity options built into its impressively small design such as: Gigabit LAN, Wi-Fi 802.11g, 4x USB 2.0, integrated Intel GMA X3100 video controller with 2x VGA inputs and single HDMI port, Realtec ALC662 5.1 channel sound, and a slim combo DVD-ROM/CD-RW or DVD-RW optical drive. Unfortunately, the standard LPC-650 costs $1595, not the best price for such a hardware configuration, but still we have to admit it is very cool and will definitely impress everyone who sees it. Please visit Stealth.com for more information.

Source: Stealth.com
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18 Comments on Stealth Introduces the Extremely Fast LPC-650 Mini PC

#1
techjunkie
it has a cheap looking sticker on the front and the build quality doesn't seem to be impressive for the price range
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#2
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
looks cheap but the price isn't hell i could buy a full laptop same specs for less money
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#3
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
$1600 :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
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#4
robodude666
You can build something for the fraction of the cost with Intel's mini-ITX boards.
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#5
[I.R.A]_FBi
i died with laughter looking at that price ... (cr)apple could make it cheaper
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#6
Breathless
Ok, now make it $200 or less and i'm sold. :rockout:
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#7
lemonadesoda
Looks like sh1t with cheap nasty plastic sticker stuck on as an after thought. What a rip off. And this is supposed to compete against mac minis etc. I'd much rather build my own system at a fraction of the price: MSI fuzzy or similar: http://geizhals.at/deutschland/a302753.html
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#8
Haytch
Have to admit thou, its a pretty handy little unit. I agree with Lemonadesoda with the building of our own little unit, but this is aimed for those that dont have the time or understanding.

Havnt you ever been to someones place and spotted a HP rig, or DELL, or Alienware ???
I laugh everytime.
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#9
iStink
by: Breathless
Ok, now make it $200 or less and i'm sold. :rockout:
200 less? more like half the price lol.
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#10
Mussels
Moderprator
DO WANT!

but not at that price.
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#11
Apocolypse007
by: iStink
200 less? more like half the price lol.
$200 OR less... big difference.
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#12
Mussels
Moderprator
somewhere around $400 USD (max) with no ram or HDD is probably the price this would sell at, as an uber fast version of the EeePC
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#13
fakehate
Actually this looks just like a rebranded Aopen Digital Engine, and they dont even charge that for theirs!

Aopen Digital Engines

Places like logic supply sell these
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#14
Weer
Can I also get a thank, rick22?
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#15
DaveK
Expensive much? lol, forgetting the size, you could build one hell of a rig with that money, I'd rather buy an Eee Box if I was going for the size. And wtf is up with that sticker? lol
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#17
R_1
by: cdawall
looks cheap but the price isn't hell i could buy a full laptop same specs for less money
+1
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