Stealth.com Announces Small, Rugged, Fanless Mini PC

Stealth.com Announces Small, Rugged, Fanless Mini PC

Stealth.com announced the LPC-125LPFM, a nearly palm-sized PC designed for industrial, mobile, and embedded applications. The little fellow is fanless yet can operate in a wide range of temperatures and pulls just 20W.

The PC runs on an Intel D525 Pineview 1.8GHz dual-core CPU (with Hyperthreading) and sports a 55GB SSD (or with a 2.5-inch 750GB HDD) and 4GB of DDR3 (SODIMM) memory. For I/O, the LPC-125LPFM features Gigabit LAN, three USB ports, two serial ports, video, audio in/out, two PS/2 ports, an external ExpressCard slot, and a mini PCI-E slot

The price isn’t so tiny, however, starting at $895.



Stealth.com Releases a Small Rugged Fanless Mini PC Ideal for Industrial, Mobile and Embedded Applications

Toronto / San Jose ~ November 2011 – Stealth.Com Inc. (Stealth Computer), a leading ISO 9001 manufacturer of industrial rugged computers and peripherals has released the new model LPC-125LPFM, a rugged, small footprint, fanless computer for industrial, Mobile/In-Vehicle and Embedded applications.

The LPC-125LPFM is a breakthrough in small form factor computing. The rugged, diminutive size, noise free computer operates in wide temperature ranges and drawing less than 20 Watts of operational power. This energy efficient & versatile PC measures out at only, 4.6" x 6.1" x 2.0" (117mm x 155mm x 52mm) or slightly larger than a deck of playing cards. The Stealth Mini PC weighs in at a mere 1.2lbs or 0.54kg. The PC operates from 10-26V of DC power making it ideal for DC powered applications typically found in vehicle and mobile applications.

According to Stealth CEO, Ed Boutilier; “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 shut-down makes it ideal for embedded, field and in-vehicle computing apps.”


Stealth’s fanless mobile PC utilizes the energy saving Intel® D525 Pineview 1.8GHz Dual Core processor technology with two physical cores and four Intel Hyperthreading resources (two per core). The Stealth ultra low-powered computer provides plenty of performance for most embedded and in-vehicle applications.

The LPC-125LPFM Mini PC features a multitude of I/O connectivity built directly into its impressively small design such as; Gigabit LAN, 3-USB, 2-Serial, Video, Audio In/Out, 2-PS/2 ports and 1-external express card slot. The rear locking DC power connector ensures power is securely in place. The LPC-125LPFM also features an internal Mini-PCIe card slot for special expansion capability and supports up to 4GB of DDR3 SODIMM memory.

The LPC-125LPFM computer comes standard with a 55GB solid state drive (SSD) providing for extended operating temperatures, vibration and shock. The PC will operate from -10 to +45C or 14 to 113F. If extended temperature, shock and vibration is not a concern the ultra small computer can be configured with a 2.5" mobile hard drive with capacities up to 750GB. Systems are compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/XP, Linux etc. and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the OEM or end user. The LPC-125LPFM is currently shipping with base pricing starting at $895.00 USD.

Stealth’s LittlePC products serve a demanding market where small and powerful solutions are being deployed in space-challenged applications around the world. Embedded Control, Digital Signs, Kiosks, Mobile Navigation, Thin-Clients, POS & Human/Machine Interface are just a few of the applications that are ideal for Stealth’s industry trusted products.
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$895.00 is quite expensive for this little bit of bling.

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I have to agree... A machine at that caliber should be at least $450... I mean $895 is almost the price of two 580's in SLI.

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and this most certainly won't run crysis...

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Wow that machine is a giant heatsink LOL. The price is certainly not small but does not surprise me considering it is targeted mostly at industry.

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That is seriously expensive, even Apple wouldn't charge that much for suh machine.

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expansive it may be, but size it is small. If someone needs something for tight spots, they will pay :)

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Might be nice to put in a car using the GPS monitor.

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