New Little-PCs - Stealth Introduces Hand-Size P4 Desktop PC

Posted: Mar 4 2003, 9:33am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:43pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

New Little-PCs - Stealth Introduces Hand-Size P4 Desktop PC
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Stealth Computer introduces super small full-featured PC.

The LPC-401 is an Intel Pentium-4 based small form computer system that is part of Stealth’s growing family of LittlePC’s. Housed in a rugged extruded aluminum enclosure this powerful & versatile machine runs a screaming 2.8GHz Processor and yet it can fit into the palm of your hand.
The LPC-401 measures out at only 10" x 5.8" x 2.8" (about the size of a hard cover novel) and offers characteristics that have only been available in traditional bulky desktop PC’s.
Prices start at $1095.00.

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