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Stealth.Com Introduces a New Powerful Mini-PC with Core i7/i5/i3 Processors

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Stealth.com Inc. (Stealth Computer) a leading ISO 9001 manufacturer of industrial rugged computers and peripherals has released their most powerful and advanced mini pc yet, the LPC-670 LittlePC. The new Stealth LPC-670 small form factor PC offers tremendous power in a tiny package that measures 6.5" x 6" and less than 2" in height. The diminutive machine is about the size of a hard cover novel yet surpasses performance of computers many times its physical size.

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This is really nice. Aside from the useless optical drive, it's a pretty-much perfect tiny PC.

But for 1,650$ I can build three or four, slightly bigger, slightly uglier mITX P55 almost-as-tiny PCs.

So yeah, utter fail on the price.
 
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That looks like an AOpen barebone and as such it'd be using a mobile CPU, but even so, at that price, no way...
 

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That looks like an AOpen barebone and as such it'd be using a mobile CPU, but even so, at that price, no way...
And that's a base price..

All while considering that it doesn't have a dedicated GPU.
 

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wow, that is expensive. the only reason they can charge so much is because nobody else really manufactures this sort of thing. im sure dell could throw something together just as good and charge half the price.
 
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Trackr: useless TO YOU. Some people still have a need for optical drives so speak for yourself.

I agree the price is way too high, otherwise it's a fine little PC.
 
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the price is a bit too high but this is a very niche market they are targeting were size is at a premium....

besides.. the smaller you make something, the pricier it gets...they probably need to lower the price by about 3 to 400 dollors imo though
 
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Nice. But too expensive. BTW does anyone know if I can put Windows on the Apple Mac minis? And I don't mean in a virtual machine... but on the bare metal?