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August 1, 2013

Stealth.com releases a ‘fanless’ mini PC

The 'fanless' feature is supposed to relieve heat and fight away dirt.

By Amy-Jo Crowley

Stealth.com has released a mini PC model that comes with out a fan.

The computer maker said the LPC-700F uses the latest mobile processors from Intel to outperform other PC systems.

The ‘fanless’ feature, which fits into an aluminum frame as a heat sink, is supposed to relieve heat and fight away dirt.

Other features include I/O connectivity, a 128GB solid state drive (SSD) and video connectors including DVI-D, VGA and HDMI.

Ed Boutilier, CEO at Stealth.com, said: "Our new Stealth Model: LPC-700F is the most powerful and technologically advanced fanless PC we have introduced to date. Our full featured machine features built in PCI or PCIe expansion card slots for applications requiring additional expansion capability"

The company said the PC is compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/8/XP.

 

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