Wondering what Rick Moranis is doing these days? The "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" star hasn't appeared on the big screen in awhile and is reportedly enjoying retirement, but we wouldn't be shocked if he was secretly building PCs for Stealth Computer, makers of some of the smallest systems around. The company's latest creation is the LPC-125LPFM, which is a rugged, fanless system for industrial, mobile/in-vehicle, and embedded applications.
The LPC-125LPFM (was that really the best name they could have come up with?) measures just 4.6 inches x 6.1 inches x 2.0 inches, which Stealth says is slightly larger than a deck of playing cards. It also weighs 1.2 pounds and draws less than 20W of operational power.
"The LPC-125LPFM is the smallest fanless PC we have offered to date. The rugged chassis, wide operating temperatures, DC voltage input, and our smart power interface for controlled system start-up and shutdown makes it ideal for embedded, field, and in-vehicle computing apps," Stealth Computer said in a statement.
Let's talk specs. This little PC houses an Intel Pineview D525 dual-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz, 2GB of DDR3 memory, 55GB MLC solid state drive (supports up to 750GB of mobile HDD storage), Intel GMA 3150 graphics, GbE LAN, mini-PCI Express expansion, external ExpressCard/34 slot, four USB 2.0 ports, two PS/2 ports for keyboard and mouse, and headphone/microphone ports.
The system supports a number of operating systems, including Windows XP/Vista/7 (32-bit and 64-bit), Ubuntu Linux, QNX, and more.