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Submitted by mpctips 492d ago | news

Stealth Builds a Mini PC Around Ivy Bridge

Maximum PC: Give us a full tower PC loaded to the top with high-end hardware any day of the week, though we'll concede there are viable applications for small form factor (SFF) mini PCs that are tiny enough to hold comfortably in your hand. Intel made us a believer with its Next Unit of Computing (NUC), a surprisingly powerful pint-sized PC, and now Stealth has announced a potent and portable system of its own. (PC, PC hardware, Stealth, Stealth LPC-480 Mini PC)

newsguy  +   492d ago
Small PCs seem to be the new thing
Software_Lover  +   491d ago
Yeah, My ITX rig is great. If they could only get the GPU's smaller, I currently use a MSI frozr 7950, It would be even better.
mushroomwig  +   491d ago
Wouldn't overheating be an issue?
2pacalypsenow  +   491d ago
Pricing starts at $1,325. lol
DivineHand125  +   491d ago
At that price and specs I wonder if a niche market even exist for this product.

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