This mini PC comes standard with an Intel Core i7 4800MQ processor
Stealth specializes in small PCs that offer up big performance, and it’s newest model — LPC-681 mini PC — looks to be no exception. Measuring just a little bigger than a NUC, Stealth’s new LPC-681 mini PC brings an Intel Core i7 4800MQ (Haswell) mobile processor to the tiny PC party, along with support for up to 16GB of DDR3L RAM (4GB included in the base configuration) and a 120GB solid state drive that comes standard.
If that’s not enough storage space, Stealth also offers 240GB, 480GB, and even 1TB SSD options. As for the rest of the LPC-681, it sports integrated Intel HD Graphics 4600 capable of pumping 4K video, a DisplayPort, two HDMI ports, GbE LAN port, two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, Serial port, two eSATA ports, audio in/output, and optional 802.11n Wi-Fi.
More than a few might find the system cost prohibitive — pricing starts at $2,395 and goes up with each upgrade. For example, going from 4GB of RAM (standard) to 16GB adds $195 to the tally, and if you’re lusting over that 1TB SSD, it’s an $620 upgrade. The system does, however, come with an OS (Windows 7 Professional 32-bit or 64-bit).
Stealth’s LPC-681 mini PC is available now.
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