A mob by the name of Stealth Computer has just introduced its latest mini PC, a fanless Atom powered system enclosed in a compact chassis measuring 166 x 157 x 48 mm.
The LPC-395F is primarily aimed for the purposes of digital sign, mobile/field deployment, process and discrete control, automation, human-machine-interface, data acquisition, shop floor and machine control.
Specs wise, it uses an Atom N270 processor (1.6GHz), 1 or 2GB RAM, GMA 950 graphics, has a front loading CF card slot and also a 2.5-inch bay for SSDs/HDDs with up to 500GB capacity. Further to that is optional WiFi support, four USB 2.0 ports, DVI output and dual Gigabit Ethernet.
Stealth Computers are shipping the LPC-395F for as low as $795 USD, but that's without a HDD and only 1GB of RAM.