ATLANTA, GA, USADecember 1, 2006 – Computer & Control Solutions, Inc. (CCSI) today announced the launch of the LC-2617-DO Dual AMD Opteron™ Portable Lunchbox Computer.

  Lunchbox portable computers have maintained popularity for over 20 years by marring the power and flexibility of a desk top computer with the portability of a laptop computer, providing expansion slots, drive bays and a high resolution LCD display with an integrated keyboard that snaps over the display to  protect it while traveling.  Popular mobile applications include streaming video services, video editing, data acquisition, presentation, industrial controls and PLC programming as well as many other applications that require full sized PCI or ISA expansion slots.

    The CCSI LC-2617-DO is a Dual AMD Opteron™ CPU lunchbox style portable computer system with a 17” high brightness TFT LCD display at 1280 X 1024 resolution. Utilizing CCSI Thermally Correct™ designs and CCSI Wind Tunnel™ cooling technology, AMD Opteron 2000 processors and beyond are supported.   An auto ranging 460 watt power supply is standard and configurations are available with up to 16 Gb of Registered ECC DDR2 RAM and up to 3 removable SCSI, SATA, or SAS hard drives, making it the ideal platform for high speed data acquisition and sensitive data storage applications as well as a number of compute intensive applications.

    “The CCSI LC-2617-DO Dual AMD Opteron™ CPU portable lunchbox computer system has excellent air flow characteristics to insure Thermally Correct™ processor cooling. CCSI has engineered its LC-2617-DO portable system to run extremely cool and deliver reliable performance in the most demanding applications.   The CCSI LC-2617-DO portable computer system brings a formerly unheard of level of processing power to the mobile computing market” says Rockney Alavi, president of CCSI.

    CCSI manufactures portable lunchbox computer and rackmount computer solutions in Atlanta, GA, and has been a leader in portable computing technology for 25 years. Visit us on the web at and