Datalux Corporation today introduced the Video-DataBrick - a rugged, fanless computer with full video in-and-out (I/O) capabilities. Primarily designed for security and surveillance applications where multiple video inputs are required, the Datalux Video-DataBrick provides 4 BNC video inputs for real-time screen capture and supports NTSC and PAL formats. The computer is also equipped with an analog S-video port supporting all NTSC and PAL formats along with TV output resolution. Containing a powerful, energy efficient Intel Pentium M mobile processor, the computer comes equipped with Microsoft Windows XP Professional and is compatible with most standard software including: license plate recognition, CAD, RMS, messaging, article and tag look up and any application requiring full video input. Designed for rugged mobile use such as patrol cars and other fix mounted applications, the 4.65-pound Video-DataBrick mounts easily on any flat surface with four screws. Equipped with digital video output, the Video-DataBrick can be used with any display and complements Datalux VU monitors and touch screens. If portability is required, the computer is also small enough to be stored in a vehicle glove compartment if not mounted. Power efficient, the Video-DataBrick is ACPI compliant, consuming less than 20 watts of electricity. Accepting a wide range of input voltages (8-18 VDC); it can be powered directly by vehicle voltage. Its rugged, all-metal case encloses a shock mounted hard drive.