Stealth.com's LittlePC products are targeted at demanding applications,
such as HMI, embedded control, digital signs, kiosks, process control,
mobile navigation, thin clients and data acquisition. The company's latest
addition to the LittlePC line is the LPC-630F, a high-performance,
fanless, small-form computer with third-generation Core i7 processing
power. Stealth.com says that the LPC-630F is loaded with features
generally found in systems many times its diminutive size. The machines
are encapsulated in a rugged extruded aluminum chassis performing
as a heat sink to dissipate heat build-up. Its compact size 7.9" x
7.9" x 2.56" (200 x 200 x 65 mm) makes it ideal for space-challenged
applications. Systems are compatible with Linux and Microsoft Windows
and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the OEM or
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