Stealth's New Dual Core Mini PC Wants to Go Cruising

Paul Lilly

Stealth Computer played the part of witch doctor and shrunk the PC as you know it, that is unless you're used to holding full-fledged dual-core PCs in the palm of the your hand. That about sums up Stealth's new LPC-125LPM , a rugged small form PC that that can handle extreme temperatures and boasts energy efficiency by drawing less than 20W in operational power.

The LPC-125LMP mobile computer comes housed in an aluminum enclosure that measures just 4 x 6.1 x 1.45 inches, or about the size of a deck of playing cards. It weighs 1.2 pounds and operates from 10-26V of DC power, making it a solid fit for DC powered applications usually found in vehicles and mobile applications, Stealth says.

In and around the LPC-125LMP is an Intel D525 1.8GHz dual-core processor, up to 4GB of DDR3 SODIMM memory, 55GB MLC SSD (with options of up to 750GB mobile hard drives), Intel GMA 3150 graphics, GbE LAN, USB 2.0, expansion options via mini-PCIe (internal) and ExpressCard/34 (external), and a variety of OS options, including Windows Vista/7 32-bit and 64-bit, Ubuntu Linux, QNX, and more.

The LPC-125LMP is available now starting at $895.

Image Credit: Stealth Computer

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