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Stealth Computer Corp., Woodbridge, ON, Canada, has introduced the LPC- 350PCI Little PC, a mini personal computer that can fit in the palm of your hand. The anodized aluminum chassis measures about 2" tall, and has the overall footprint the size of a hardcover book, measuring 10 × 5.87 × 2.75", and weighing 6 pounds. The rugged computer uses Intel's Pentium and Celeron M processors and features I/O connectivity such as LAN, serial, 3 USB 2.0, FireWire, video, audio, and PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports. Other features include an open PCI card slot for adding specialized I/O and data acquisition and communications cards, a built-in 2.5" highshock hard drive with up to 160 GB of storage space for archived data, and an optional solid-state hard drive or Flash drive. A DVD/CD-RW optical drive offers an optional DVD burner. Systems are compatible with Microsoft XP and Vista, as well as Linux.

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This article first appeared in the October, 2007 issue of NASA Tech Briefs Magazine.

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