January 25th, 2012 by Andrew Pakula
It’s hard to imagine but this giant chunk of Metal pictured above is 4 kilobytes of memory.
That is 4KB of antique IBM memory to be exact, Editor-in-Chief of CNET Reviews Lindsey Turrentine discovered the rugged computer antique in her grandfather’s barn. Turrentine points out the wonderful irony that the image itself is 692KB, meaning you would need to find 172 more of these memory modules and a tractor trailer to transport the pic around.
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January 19th, 2012 by Andrew Pakula
Cooling fans draw in dirt and dust from their operating environments potentially causing catastrophic failures and/or costly interruptions and downtime. Stealth’s Fanless PCs are engineered to dissipate internal heat by utilizing the latest heat pipe technology in an encapsulated rugged chassis design.
How will fanless computers benefit you?
- Save time/money and reduce the worry. No planned maintenance to clean cooling fans or discovering a clogged fan has shut down your application or process.
- No noise! When used with SSD the fanless PC is completely noise free making it ideal for control rooms, audio recording, board rooms, deep thinking and other areas that need to be low in ambient noise.
- Numerous designs and configurations to meet your application needs. Deployable in limited space or in rack packaging offering multi I/O, removable media, DC power, Wireless and more.
Stealth’s fanless computer products are an excellent fit for many applications including; Embedded Control Audio/Video recording, Digital Signs, Interactive Kiosks, Thin-Clients, Human/Machine Interface and your next applications.
Built to meet your applications
- No noise and low power consumption
- Solid State Drives (SSD)
- Small Rugged Chassis Design
- Mobile, DC Power Input, Multi I/O
- Removable Media, Multi-LAN and 16×9 1080p models available
- Windows 7 & XP Pro Compatible,
- *other O/S Options Available
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