Stealth sticks a Corei7 in a 6inch mini PC

first_imgStealth has been covered a few times on the pages of Geek.com because they consistently produce very small and rugged machines. A couple of years ago they came up with a tiny waterproof, fanless, rugged PC, then last year shipped a paperback-sized ultra-small fully-featured PC.2011 is no different, and while the Stealth PCs haven’t got any smaller, they’ve certainly got more powerful. The latest is called the LPC-670 Little PC, and it manages to squeeze an Intel mobile Core-i7 processor in a PC that measures just 6.5 x 6 x 2-inches and weighs 3.3lbs.AdChoices广告The tiny case is made of aluminum, but still manages to fit in a decent set of components. Alongside the option of a Core-i3, i5, or i7 processors there’s room for up to a 750GB hard drive, 8GB RAM, slot-loading DVD or Blu-ray, Intel QM57 chipset capable of 1080p video playback, and all the ports you’d expect on a modern machine (USB 2.0, HDMI, DVI-I, Gigabit Ethernet, audio connectors). You also get a choice of operating systems (Windows 7, XP, Ubuntu).Such performance in a tiny package doesn’t come cheap, though, and the minimum you’ll pay for the LittlePC is $1,650. That gets you a Core-i5 @ 2.4GHz, 2GB RAM, DVD rewriter, 160GB HDD, but no operating system. If you want a Core-i7, 8GB RAM, a big hard drive and Windows 7, the price goes up to $2,225.These clearly aren’t consumer devices, and you can build a mini PC for much less. But its the performance on offer here in a tiny package that you are paying for along with ISO 9001 compliance which a lot of businesses now require before they’ll buy anything from you.Read more at Stealth.comlast_img

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