By | December 4, 2017

While smartphones are steadily catching up to netbooks and tablets in terms of processing power, sometimes they’re just not enough when you’re out in the field. It’s times like that when you’ll want something with a little more kick. Stealth Computer, known for its mobile and ruggedized PCs, released the Stealth LPC-100M. The power of a netbook crammed into a 4-inch by 6-inch box, the LPC-100M is specifically designed for use in mobile response occupations such as police, fire and emergency response. Though, it also promises to fulfill your desires for a personal car PC.
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The LPC-100M–the acronym standing for Little PC–is encased in a rugged, black aluminum chassis that will literally fit in your hand. Stealth has ensured that not one inch of this machine has been wasted on style. Both the front and rear of the LPC-100M are packed with the system’s locking 4-pin DC power input, four USB 2.0 ports and DVI ports. The outside also features an ExpressCard slot, a Gigabit network connection and your standard inputs for a keyboard and mouse. For those looking for an in-vehicle computing solution, the LCP-100 M also comes with panel brackets for dashboard installation.
Inside is an Intel Dual Core processor, which can be upgraded to a Core 2 Duo, and a 3D capable, 16:9 Intel Accelerated Graphics chip. The base configuration also comes with 2GB DDR3 RAM and a 160GB SATA hard drive. However, this initial setup only includes Ubuntu OS, charging extra for Windows XP or later (it is 64-bit Windows 7 compatible). Of course, like just about every powerful mobile computing option, an optical drive has been left out for the sake of portability.

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