Palm-sized PC is fanless, rugged

LPC-401FS Fanless LittlePC delivers a noise-free computer system small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Its robust anodized aluminum chassis from Stealth Computer measures just over 2-in. tall, has an overall footprint of 10 x 6.1 x 2.17 in., and weighs under 6 lb, depending on configuration. Chassis acts as a passive heat sink dissipating internal heat.

01/01/2006


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LPC-401FS Fanless LittlePC delivers a noise-free computer system small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Its robust anodized aluminum chassis from Stealth Computer measures just over 2-in. tall, has an overall footprint of 10 x 6.1 x 2.17 in., and weighs under 6 lb, depending on configuration. Chassis acts as a passive heat sink dissipating internal heat. It features an Intel Celeron mobile 1.5 GHz CPU and has a built-in 2.5-in. high-shock, solid-state hard drive with up to 8 GB of storage space for archived data. Flash IDE hard drive is optional.

LittlePC's operating system is Microsoft Windows 2000/XP or Linux compatible. LAN, USB, Firewire, audio, serial, and video interfaces are integrated on board. Compact unit operates from 12 V dc for mobile and field use. Other optional features include wall-mount bracket and USB key (mini-flash drive) for streamlined file transfer. Operating temperature range for LittlePC is 0-40 °C.

www.stealthcomputer.com

  • Rugged extruded aluminum chassis acts as a heat sink

  • Fanless unit eliminates noise

  • Flash hard drive optional





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