Stealth.Com Introduces a Mini PC


Stealth Computer, a leading manufacturer of specialized computers and peripherals, just released their most powerful and advanced mini PC ever. Please meet the very tiny, LPC-670 LittlePC. This brand new Stealth small form factor PC offers tremendous power in a teeny package that measures around 6.5″ x 6″ and less than 2″ in height. Heck, thats smaller than my checkbook. This micro machine has the power and performance of computers that are a whole lot bigger.

The LPC-670 mini PC features a multitude of I/O connectivity built into its impressively small design such as; Gigabit LAN, Wi-Fi 802.11g, 4-USB 2.0, Serial, DVI-I, Audio and HDMI ports. The LPC-670 supports up to 8GB in DDR3 memory and has a built-in 2.5″ mobile hard drive with up to 750GB’s of storage space for archived data. Not too bad for a mini!

For applications that require extra high shock, vibration and wider temperature ranges, you know, like when you’re sufing the web from your dune buggy in the desert, optional SSD (Solid State Hard Drives)  are available. A slim DVD/CD-RW optical drive comes standard, with an optional Blu-ray burner available. The LPC-670 operates from an (included) external 20VDC power adapter or it can be connected to an external DC source of 12 to 20VDC, ideal for mobile and in-vehicle applications.

Systems are compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/XP, Linux etc and can be custom configured to meet the needs of the customer.

Stealth’s new LPC-670 Small Form PC is can just about fit wherever you used to keep your checkbook, which is fine, because at a base price starting at around $1,650.00 bucks… you won’t have a need for your checks anymore.



3 reviews or comments

Frederico Says: April 11, 2011 at 12:59 am

Boy, I get that these things start with Core I3 and can be boosted heavily from there, but, holy cow, a like-configured 2.4GHz Mac Mini with basically all the same I/O ports (Mini also has HDMI vs DVI; + FireWire & SD Slot) that comes with OS X for $700 ($850 @2.6GHz) and you can Run XP/Vista/7 on for another $150 if that’s your requirement, versus $1715 for a like-configured Stealth **WITHOUT an OS**??

Is a Core I3 *MOBILE* processor (street value ~$235) over a Core 2 Duo (non-mobile) *really* worth a premium of $865, let alone $1015?

I will grant you that the Stealth is slightly smaller in chassis size (barely 9% by volume), but it then *has* to use an external power supply and an ugly add-on antennae.

I don’t get it; besides the slight convenience of running on DC sans power supply without using an inverter, and the I3 vs. C2D processor, what is this thing offering besides being highly configurable (for exceptionally high add-on pricing) from the manufacturer?

John Andrews Says: April 12, 2011 at 7:00 am

If you look at their website you’ll discover that this Mini PC is not geared toward the consumer market so its not fair to compare it to say the Mac Mini. “ Inc. (Stealth Computer) is an ISO 9001 registered manufacturer that specializes in high performance industrial grade computer systems & peripherals. Stealth’s products are in demand by Scientific, Telecommunications, Industrial/Commercial, Marine/Mobile and Control markets.” So you can see a product like this is geared towards a different type of market, its more specialized and has wide range DC power something you won’t find in a mass market consumer product and as a result you pay a premium for it.

Julie Says: April 12, 2011 at 7:30 am

These computers really are for a more industrial application… when I said “in your dune buggy in the desert”, I was only half kidding… ;)

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