Stealth title offers slick gameplay in the shadows, utterly frustrating combat experience
Instead of launching the next game in the Of Orcs and Men franchise as a sequel to the action role-playing game, Cyanide Studios released a prequel with Styx: Master of Shadows. The prequel takes place roughly 200 years prior to the events in Of Orcs and Men, playing out the formative years of one of its protagonists, the goblin assassin Styx. Cyanide Studios makes a drastic shift to the stealth genre, something that might be off-putting to fans of the series. Does Styx: Master of Shadows make a successful transition from action to stealth, or is it merely trying for a different formula? Unfortunately, it's the latter.
Mini PCs come in fanless, standard and expansion slot models, starting at $1,495
Stealth Computer announced four new compact PCs today, all of which include four Ethernet ports to give consumers options for connectivity in rugged, industrial and embedded applications. Mini PCs from Stealth Computers offer consumers customizable small-format machines that can be used in a number of situations, from in-car units to point-of-sale terminals. Each of the four units starts at $1,495 before upgrades.
Rugged box features Core i7 processor, 4K display options in small format
A new small-format computer has been released by Stealth Computer, a company that specializes in industrial, rugged machines. Introducing a high-powered mini-PC into its existing line up of small PCs called the LPC-681, Stealth looks to add versatility to enterprise computing. The small PC features a fourth-generation mobile Intel Core i7 inside of a steel chassis that can be held in one hand. Stealth says that it is the first mini-PC from the company to offer 4K capabilities.
Industrial computing manufacturer debuts new form factor rife with IO
Industrial PC manufacturer Stealth Computer has released a powerful but small unit. The new Stealth Extreme Power model LPC-480 mini PC is Stealth’s most powerful small-form-factor computer to date, and integrates the latest Intel third-generation Core i7 mobile processors. The LPC-480 LittlePC measures 5.7 inches wide, 9.9 inches in length and less than 1.65" in height -- about the size of a hard cover novel.
Samsung i520 LTE phone seen with Stealth badge
A new slip late Tuesday showed a rare instance of Samsung's 4G phone for Verizon appearing in the wild. Now believed to be called the Stealth or i510 based on its FCC filing, the LTE device spotted by TechnoBuffalo had already been customized with LauncherPro instead of Samsung's usual TouchWiz interface. The source noted that battery life on the 1,500mAh battery was unusually good and could last for eight to 10 hours despite the power-hungry LTE hardware.
Stealth NW-2000 tablet PC
Stealth Computer has recently released a new addition to its Notebook Warrior series of rugged notebook tablets with the NW-2000. Meant for outdoor use, it meets MIL-810F specifications for resistance to submersion in water, shock, sun and other hazards. The magnesium alloy chassis has weather-protected doors for all inputs and outputs, and the 13.3-inch sunlight-legible screen sports a 1280x800 resolution. Hooking up compatible external monitors lets users reproduce resolutions up to 2048x1536.
Stealth intros fanless PC
Stealth Computer on Friday released its latest product, a small form factor desktop computer, the LPC-625F. The computer is meant for use in tight spaces, such as in cars or other applications where space is at a premium thanks to its fanless design. The cooling fans on the extruded aluminum chassis dissipate heat instead and the PC is nearly noise-free when operating. Processing power comes from a 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, though a faster 2.53GHz chip can be ordered. There is support for up to 4GB of RAM, with 1GB as standard fare.
Stealth in a low-key move has unveiled a new flagship for its compact PCs that fills a performance gap. The LPC-650 is only slightly larger than a desktop DVD drive but fits in high-end notebook parts, including as much as a 2.6GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB of memory and a 500GB hard drive. Stealth pictures the new entry as a home theater PC and gives it both an HDMI port for HD, two analog video outs for regular sets, and built-in Wi-Fi with an external antenna for better reception.