Miniature PC for processor intense applications Inc's. (Stealth Computer) LPC-681 miniature PC is capable of driving three 1080p HD displays and is designed for most processor intense applications.

06/25/2014 Inc's. (Stealth Computer) LPC-681 miniature PC is capable of driving three 1080p HD displays and is designed for most processor intense applications. Courtesy: 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. (Stealth Computer) 

- Edited by CFE Media. See more Control Engineering industrial PC products.

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