Originally Posted by DuckieHo
It's an industrial PC... and these are more expensive than off-the-shelf components.
The company offers certifications and warranties for specialized units like these. These PCs may be installed in places where they are not easily servicable.
i.e. Even an industrial mITX Atom systems for $100-300 when consumer versions go for $50-100.
Thanks for posting this, I figured it would be overlooked by most of the users here.
I work for a competitor of Stealth - nothing like this is meant for consumers or even every day applications. Chances are it was originally designed for a specific application/contract and only became a standard product afterwards.
If not for NDA I would post pictures of some of the systems we have. There are some very odd requirements out there in the industrial world, e.g. customer requested a system with a GTX580 that could withstand 10G shock.
Originally Posted by Crazy_Clocker
How do we know it exist if it's "stealth"?
Stealth is a manufacturer of industrial PC's.Edited by i_hax - 12/6/12 at 12:12pm