LPC 100 Mini PC is small, but not the Smallest

By | July 31st, 2010



Stealth Computer, a famous name in Mini PC manufactures, have announced LPC 100 that is the smallest nettop company has produced to date. However it doesn’t beat the size of Fit-PC 2i that is still the smallest nettop in the world. The power of Intel Core 2 Duo along with 4GB of memory and 500 GB of hard disk is packed in an amazingly small size (4.0″ x 6.1″ x 1.45″). Stealth Computer have also added great portability to the device, powering LPC 100 by a 12V DC power supply (adapter included). You can power it up from external DC source while you’re on the go.

lpc 100 LPC 100 Mini PC is small, but not the Smallest

Graphics are power by Intel Mobile GM45 chipset supporting HD playback and 16×9 graphic. The company also offers an optional Solid State Hard Drive (SSD) of up to 128 GB. Another exciting feature is that you can fully customize your LPC 100 just like buying a laptop from Dell. The Aluminum casing is Rugged, providing somewhat protection against shock and impact. Now, the best part, we have compiled two specification lists of LP 100,;the maximum specs and the minimum for end users.

Maximum Specs

  • Intel Core 2 Duo T9400 (6M Cache, 2.53 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB)
  • 4GB DDR3 SO-DIMM
  • 128 GB Solid State Drive
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
  • External Optical Drive
  • AC Adapter (included)
  • Price: $3439

LPC 100 size LPC 100 Mini PC is small, but not the Smallest

Minimum Specs

  • Intel Dual-Core T3100 Celeron (1M Cache, 1.90 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)
  • 2GB DDR3 SO-DIMM
  • 160 GB SATA 2.5
  • No Operating System
  • No External Optical Drive
  • AC Adapter (included)
  • Price: $995

Among the ports, front panel includes two USB 2.0 ports, two RS232 COM ports, Mic/Audio Line-Out Jack and Headphone output Jack along with Power-On button and hard disk LED. The rear panel includes two PS/2 ports for Keyboard & Mouse, a  Gigabit RJ45 port, a USB 2.0 Port, one DVI-I Video port and a 12VDC Power Input Jack.

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  • Anonymous

    this mini computer seems small but quite powerful…
    that’s interesting

  • Anonymous

    That’s very expensive anyway.