Stealth.com Unveils Latest Fanless Mini PC

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Angel Shab

The manufacturer of computers and peripherals have been release new high-performance, small form factor PC LPC-630F.That Fanless PC performs as the device’s heat sink by dissipating any heat build-up.

Relevant URL(s): http://www.cybernetman.com/en/Fanless-PC/

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legionera

They should have invented the Fanless Fart Cooling (Beans not included in the package)

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RegLinUsr

Now that I've stopped laughing... great package but the price is an absolute joke! Good luck with that Stealth Inc.

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mynamewasstolen

For that price, it should have a 4765T. The fanless i3-4130T I built for my wife has almost as much horsepower as the dual core "i7" they put in this unit.

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Vesuvius

Check out the Lenovo m93p! Attaches to the back of a monitor and has modern internals, ssd etc for 1000 bucs or so with a real warranty and it has mil specs. This stealth is so overpriced with soon to be two gen ago processor. I am thinking of using the m93p with two monitors at the office and it takes 0 space up! May even go with a surface pro 2 type of setup with a docking station as well to run my whole business. 2014 finally has options! As far as gaming, dedicated the only way to go, a dedicated gaming rig hooked up to high res monitor. Just forget the laptop nonsense and steam box etc. You need a 780ti to run the best games on a high res monitor.

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wkwilley2

Would be much more robust if it was based on an AMD A10 Platform. A 2k+ Price tag doesn't justify having terrible Intel integrated graphics.

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DeltaFIVEengineer

No thanks. I'll stick with the Mac Mini which I can get fully loaded for 1,399.00 if I so choose.

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Obsidian

Sweet small form factor system! I'm enamored with a fan-less system design. Horrible price tag, especially for a starting price. Only Core i7-3520M Gen 3 chip available on the product page, which is limited by the graphics core.

For the price it should really have a 4th generation i7 chip with 4400 graphics core or better. The i7-3520M is a 35watt part with 4000 graphics core and runs $350 -- they could have gone with the i7-4558U a 28watt part with 5100 Iris graphics core for $430 - or at least offer it as an upgrade, they are both 2-core i7 chips. The more powerful (and more expensive) i7-4600M has the 4600 graphics core and would probably fit on the board in this thing just fine too.

Like where their head is though!