Items tagged with Stealth

Stealth specializes in the industrial computer and peripherals market, and its newest product, the LPC-480FS, fits right in with that mold. It's a rugged mini PC that doesn't have any cooling fans, so other than any electrical noise that might possibly emanate from the system, it's silent rig designed for a variety of demanding applications, the company says. Heat is the biggest concern with any PC, especially silent systems that skimp or skips on active cooling. In this case, the system is housed in an extruded aluminum chassis that acts like a giant heatsink. The system measures just 6.1 inches... Read more...
ASUS’ line of G73 Stealth notebooks proved to be all-around solid desktop replacements, equally ideal for gaming, multimedia, and productivity. In fact, the Asus G53 and G73 line, from Asus' Repulic of Gamers (ROG) family, has been very successful in the market, praised by press and end users alike. We took a look at the previous generation 17-inch G73SW not long ago and it earned high marks with us HH as well. This class of machine is definitely bulky however, though not that many gamers would mind. Now, the G73 is being phased out in favor of the ASUS G74 series, the next step forward for... Read more...
Stealth has a long history of producing pint-sized PCs, and for whatever reason, they've usually been crazy expensive. Maybe it's because they're serving a niche, but whatever the reason, they aren't showing any signs of slowing down. The company's newest LPC-670 LittlePC measures 6.5" x 6" and less than 2" in height, and the most major update is the use of Intel's new Sandy Bridge Core i7/i5/i3 processors. There's also a Gigabit Ethernet port, 802.11 Wi-Fi, four USB 2.0 ports, audio and DVI/HDMI sockets. There's also a 2.5" HDD with up to 750GB of space (an SSD is optional), and there's a variety... Read more...
Stealth has introduced a new line of rugged All-in-one computers that are designed to withstand industrial environments. The new Stealth Panel PC products are available with screen sizes of 19-, 17-, and 15-inches.  The new AIOs are powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor.  Each panel features a resistive touch screen interface and is sealed to comply with NEMA 4X/IP56 specifications. A variety of customization options are available; pricing starts at $2,995. Stealth.Com Introduces a New Line of Rugged All-in-One Panel PC Workstations Toronto / San Jose ~ March 2011 – Stealth.Com... Read more...
Stealth PC is a fitting name for a company that makes PCs smaller than the average Wii. The company is back again with a familiar design, this time introducing the LPC-100M. This is considered a rugged, small form factor PC that's designed to slide away and withstand the elements. It's also designed to work well with DC powered applications typically found in vehicles and remote applications. According to Stealth CEO, Ed Boutilier; "One of the unique attributes the LPC-100M mobile computer possesses is a user selectable smart power control interface. Start-up and shut-down times are user definable... Read more...
We hear about "world's best" in the PC category nearly every week. There's the smallest, quickest, thinnest, thickest, you get the idea. But now Stealth PC what they're calling the world's smallest rugged PC, and we are having a hard time arguing the claim. This pint-sized PC is barely larger than a standard ink pen in length, and at just 1.2lbs., you'd actually have more weight carrying around a MacBook Air. The new LPC-100 is the company's smallest to date, measuring 4.0" x 6.1" x 1.45". It's "about the size of a paperback novel," and has an integrated Core 2 Duo processor as well. The LPC-100... Read more...
Last we heard from Stealth Computer, it was gettin' down with its very own Core 2 Duo-equipped mini PC. Now, the company is back to doing what it does best: rugged. The all new Stealth NW-2000 Rugged PC isn't for the faint of heart nor those without a degree in weightlifting, but if you're looking for a new machine to withstand scenarios only found in the Rambo series, this probably fits the bill.The dual-mode machine can easily convert from a traditional notebook to a tablet PC (and back again), with the display supporting touch input for in-the-field doodling. Naturally, the NW-2000 rugged mobile... Read more...
Stealth.Com Introduces an Extreme Fast Industrial Mini PCSmall Enough to Fit in Your Hand Yet Outperforms Most Desktop and Notebook Computers Available Today Toronto, January, 2009 - Stealth.com Inc. (Stealth Computer) a leading ISO 9001 manufacturer of industrial rugged computers and peripherals has released our most powerful mini pc yet, the LPC-650 Series LittlePC. The new Stealth LPC-650 small form PC offers tremendous power in a tiny package that measures 6.5" x 6" and less than 2" tall or about the size of a hard cover novel yet surpasses the performance of most desktop and notebook PCs available... Read more...
OCZ Technology Announces 500W StealthXStream PSU, a Power Management Solution with Excellent ValueSunnyvale, CA—October 23, 2007—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high-reliability memory and power supplies, today announced the new 500 Watt StealthXStream Power Supply to offer a sufficient source of power for mainstream gaming PCs. The 500W edition features the same understated look as its 600W predecessor with a sleek black case and unlit fan for the value-conscious consumer seeking effective, quiet performance. Qualified under the watchful eye of... Read more...
OCZ Technology Announces the Ultra-Quiet StealthXStream 600W, a Best-in-Class, Gamer’s Power Supply Sunnyvale, CA —April 23, 2007—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and power supplies, today announced the new StealthXStream Power Supply. This new 600W PSU features a conservative look with a sleek, black case and fan. Designed for the value-minded consumer seeking simple, quiet performance, the StealthXStream includes OCZ’s acclaimed reliability and feature-sets with a lower price point.... Read more...
ZDNet is reporting that start-up, Torpark, has just released a "stealth" browser which enables users the ability to surf the web under hidden identity.  Unlike fee software such as Anonymizer, SafeSharing, SecretSurfer, etc, this browser is free.  Based off of portable Firefox, Torpark can work freely off of USB keys which enable users hidden web browsing from wireless networks to cybercafe's   "Torpark causes the IP address seen by the Web site to change every few minutes, to frustrate eavesdropping and mask the requesting source," said Hacktivismo in a statement.... Read more...
Now here at HotHardware, we get some cool stuff in our mailbox. Reviews for the latest and greatest hardware are nice, but this thing is just something else. If you're one of those people who are doing something your not supposed to be doing at a PC, either at work or at home, you're probably constantly looking over your shoulder. The boss, co-workers, even your spouse could be just around the corner, ready to catch you in the act. For you, there is the Stealth Switch Desktop Cloaking Device, which is little more than a panic button designed to keep what you're doing private...... Read more...
Good afternoon folks!  Those of you that jump right to the news may not have noticed that we've just posted a new review of Diamond's value priced Stealth S100 (Radeon 9600SE) and S100 (Radeon 9200) video cards.  Here's the link for those that are interested. The news has also been coming in at a steady pace today, so here's a mid-afternoon helping of hardware goodness to keep you busy for a little while...  ATi Filtering Chat Log @ EliteBastards: "What follows is the log file of ATi's online chat session with Andy Pomianowski, Staff Engineer and Raja Koduri, Engineering manager... Read more...
  Back when I was first stepping into the world of PC hardware, Diamond was quite a contender in the PC enthusiast market.  Historically known for their high-end "Viper" graphics product line-up, Diamond's name still strikes home with many a gamer. Unfortunately, back in 2001, Diamond withdrew themselves from the graphics market, leaving only two of their products available to consumer, the Rio Mp3 player and their line of Supra Modems. However, with the aid of Best Data, the Diamond brand has re-emerged and they have recently returned to the video market in hopes of turning... Read more...