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Waterproof PC launched

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California-based Stealth Computer has released a fanless, waterproof PC designed for environments where ordinary computers won’t survive.
The new Stealth WPC-525F survives liquids, chemicals, dust and dirt intrusion and meets IP67/NEMA 6 environmental specifications. Designed without cooling fans, the internal CPU is passively cooled through the small form factor chassis design and provides noise-free operation.
It is powered by Intel’s D525 1.8GHz Dual Core CPU.
“The WPC-525F is built to withstand the demanding effects of harsh environments typically encountered in industrial, marine and outdoor applications,” said Ed Boutilier, CEO of Stealth.
Systems are compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/XP, Linux, etc., and can be custom configured to meet the exact needs of the OEM or end user.
Basic models start at $1,595. For more visit www.stealth.com.

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