Miniature PC for processor intense applications
Stealth.com Inc's. (Stealth Computer) LPC-681 miniature PC is capable of driving three 1080p HD displays and is designed for most processor intense applications.
Stealth.com Inc's. (Stealth Computer) LPC-681 miniature PC measures only 6.54-in. (W) x 6.18-in. (D) x 1.89 in. (H) in size and is powered by an Intel 4th Generation Haswell Core i7-4800MQ mobile processor that is designed to handle most processor intense applications. The LPC-681 is also equipped with Intel HD Graphics 4600 providing for 3-video ports (1-DisplayPort, 2-HDMI) with optional adapter cables for VGA & DVI connectivity. The LPC-681 is also capable of driving three 1080p HD displays or a single 4K ultra HD display for high-end graphics capability. Other features include a 1-GB LAN, 2-USB 3.0, 2-USB 2.0, 1-Serial, 2-e-SATA, Audio In/Out ports and optional 802.11 b/g/n wireless networking.
The LPC-681 also supports up to 16 GB in DDR3L memory and ships with a 120 GB SSD with storage options of 240 GB, 480 GB and 1 TB drives. The LPC-681 operates from an external 19VDC power adapter (included) or can be connected to an external dc source of 12 to 20 V dc, ideal for mobile and in-vehicle applications. Systems are compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, 8, 8.1, Embedded and Linux and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the OEM or end user.
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