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Kontron IP Lite
Kontron Elektronik GmbH, 1991
Two massive die-cast magnesium shells bolted together to make a very rigid, strong and durable portable computer. Using a double-sided passive backplane, the IP-Lite offered five expansion slots EISA in the early units, and ISA/PCI in the later ones. The magnesium was nickel coated (electro-plated I think) for EMI and corrosion resistance. Talking of EMI, a full Tempest version was available for those that need that sort of thing. Unlike many competitive products of the era, Kontron took its testing seriously, and the IP-Lite passed drop tests, EMI, RFI, shock and vibration tests in third-party labs.