Rugged PC computer for vehicle, mobile, and embedded computing applications introduced by Stealth

WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, 29 July 2011. Stealth Computer Inc. (Stealth.com) in Woodbridge, Ontario, is introducing the model LPC-125LPM small rugged computer in-vehicle, mobile, and embedded computing applications. The small rugged PC is about the size of a deck of cards, operates in temperatures from -10 to 60 degrees Celsius, and draws less than 20 Watts of power. The rugged computer comes in an aluminum enclosure,n measures 4 by 6.1 by 1.45 inches, weighs 1.3 pounds, and operates on 10 to 26 volts of DC power. The computer is based on the Intel D525 Pineview 1.8 GHz Dual Core processor, which has two physical cores and four Intel Hyperthreading resources (two per core).

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WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, 29 July 2011. Stealth Computer Inc. (Stealth.com) in Woodbridge, Ontario, is introducing the model LPC-125LPM small rugged computer in-vehicle, mobile, and embedded computing applications. The small rugged PC is about the size of a deck of cards, operates in temperatures from -10 to 60 degrees Celsius, and draws less than 20 Watts of power.The rugged PC for vetronics computer applications comes in an aluminum enclosure,n measures 4 by 6.1 by 1.45 inches, weighs 1.3 pounds, and operates on 10 to 26 volts of DC power. The computer is based on the Intel D525 Pineview 1.8 GHz Dual Core processor, which has two physical cores and four Intel Hyperthreading resources (two per core).I/O for the LPC-125LPM includes Gigabit LAN, three USB ports, two serial, video, audio in/out, and 2-PS/2 ports, and one external express card slot. The computer also has a Mini PCI Express card slot for expansion, and supports as much as 4 gigabytes of DDR3 SODIMM memory.

The LPC-125LPM computer comes standard with a 55-gigabyte solid-state drive. Software support includes Microsoft Windows 7/XP and Linux. For more information contact Stealth online at www.stealth.com.

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