Stealth computer offers rugged PC the size of a hardcover novel

TORONTO, 28 May 2007. Stealth Computer Corp. in Toronto has released a Core 2 Duo mini PC small enough to fit in the palm of the hand.

TORONTO, 28 May 2007. Stealth Computer Corp. in Toronto has released a Core 2 Duo mini PC small enough to fit in the palm of the hand.

The Stealth model LPC-450 delivers as much as five times the performance of its predecessor and is housed in the same small rugged chassis design.

The computer uses Intel's latest Core 2 Duo processor techno inches -- or about the size of a hardcover novel. It surpasses the performance of most desktop and notebook PCs available today, company officials say.

The LPC-450 mini PC features built-in I/O connectivity such as gigabit LAN, serial, 3-USB 2.0, Firewire, video, audio, PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports. The LPC-450 has a built-in 2.5-inch high-shock hard drive with as much as 160 gigabytes of storage space for archived data.

For applications that require extra high shock, vibration, and wide temperature ranges an optional solid state hard drive or Flash drive is available. A slim DVD/CD-RW optical drive comes standard with an optional DVD burner available.

Systems are compatible with Microsoft Vista/XP, Linux etc and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the OEM or end user. For more information contact Stealth Computer online at www.stealthcomputer.com.

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