What is that the iPhone is resting on? Well, it is a nettop – yes, you can pick up your jaw from the floor now. Stealth has come up with this tiny machine known as the LPC-100, where it is encased in an aluminum shell. The base model will be poweed by a dual-core Celeron T3100 at 1.9Ghz, although with a little bit of additional dough, you can choose to upgrade that to a Core 2 Duo T8400 (2.26Ghz) or T9100 (2.53Ghz) processor. Capable of holding a maximum of 4GB RAM, the Stealth nettop can also hold a SATA hard drive of up to 500GB on size with the option to slide in a solid state drives as well. Since it requires just 12 volts of juice, it is pretty ideal to see action as a car PC if that’s your cup of tea. We’re not too sure just how many people are willing to fork out $1,300 for something like this though.