The Stealth LPC-670
That picture looks more like a router than a PC, doesn't it? Well,it's definitely a computer, make no mistake. That device there is the Stealth LPC-670: the latest in Stealth Computer's line of "little pcs" . And it's proof that big things do indeed come in small packages.
Okay, while this system doesn't look bad, per-se...it's not going to win any beauty pageants. It's just...well, it doesn't really even look like a computer, if you view it from the front.
But hey, to be fair, it's not supposed to be a designer rig. It's not supposed to stun people with how beautiful it looks. It's designed to save space, and it does that very well.
The Stealth LPC-670 measures at 6.5x6x2 inches, and sports a solid black aluminum chassis(TFTS). Compact's the word here- this Stealth LPC 670 is designed for those of you with the desire to own a fully functional desktop computer, but simply don't have the space for the often overlarge chassis that seems to be a trademark of pcs. This computer will fit virtually anywhere you need to put it- next to a high def television, perhaps?
Don't let its size fool you- the LPC 670 is no slouch as far as processing power is concerned. Matter of fact, it can actually outperform a few full-sized desktops currently on the market. Don't believe me? Take a look at the specifications(Specs from Stealth.com):
- 2.4 or 2.67 GHz processing power (with Intel Core i3 or i5/i7, respectively)
- Up to 8 GB DDR3 RAM
- Up to 750 GB Internal Memory
- Optional SSD
Video, Audio, Serial, HDMI, Wireless
- 3D Graphics with support for 16x9 and HDMI
- DVD/CD-RW Optional Drive.
If you're looking for the perfect multimedia/home theatre computer, well....you could do a lot worse than this one right here. It boasts specs that would be considered respectable in a computer ten times its size, let alone in a system that's small enough to be held with one hand. Further, the small size means it's also ultraportable. If you need to move it, no sweat- just pick it up and be off.
I'm not sure how well this rig handles gaming, but given the RAM and processor, it'd probably work reasonably well- though given the price, you might as well spring for a gaming laptop. Video games aren't what this system's intended to be used for, anyway.
The LPC 670 starts at $1,650.00 and can be purchased from Stealth Computer's Website.