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. 

The Look

Okay, while this system doesn't look bad,'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? 

The Specs

 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 

  •  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
  • Built-in Gigabit LAN, USB 2.0, RS232,
    Video, Audio, Serial, HDMI, Wireless
  • 3D Graphics with support for 16x9 and HDMI
  • DVD/CD-RW Optional Drive.
On top of that, the LPC-670 boasts low power consumption, low noise, several Operating System options, and an optional wall mounting bracket. Not too shabby for a six inch computer.

Final Word

If you're looking for the perfect multimedia/home theatre computer, 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