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Submitted by Lord Anubis 2233d ago | news

Stealth introduces Core 2 Duo-equipped LPC-650 Mini PC

Stealth Computer Inc is far to be a Japanese/Korean/Chinese based company, actually they are based in Toronto Canada… However, thanks to their latest wonder the LPC-650 Series LittlePC they are worth mentioning here on AkihabaraNews.com.

In Just 166x157x48mm, the team behind Stealth Computing succeed to build up a quite descent PC which support both Core 2 Duo T8300 (2.4GHz) or T9500 (2.6GHz) CPUs, Up to 4GB of DDR-2 RAM, a wide range of 2.5" SATA HDDs (from 80 to 500GB) and even some SSDs, DVD Multi, Intel Mobile 965 Epxress Video Controller with GMA X3100 and HDMI out, Wifi G, Gigabit Ethernet….

Definitively a quite little device if you want to get a powerful PC at home or at the Office (you can literally stuck these babies under an Office desk). (PC, Tech)

Credit url: engadget.com

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