In early January we informed you about the new LIVA mini PCs from ECS. Recently the LIVA family has grown with new mini PC, pocket-sized mini PC called LIVA Q powered by Apollo Lake SoC processor.
Taiwanese manufacturer Elitegroup Computer System (ECS) (global leading motherboard, Mini-PC, Notebooks and mobile device manufacturer) not idle, and launches another mini PC based on the well-known Apollo Lake processor that we saw in previous ECS models called ECS LIVA Z and ECS LIVA ZE. The new LIVA Q, pocket-sized mini PC (measures only 70 x 70 x 31.4 mm) will be available in two versions, with Intel Apollo Lake Pentium N4200 SOC and Intel Apollo Lake Celeron N3350 SOC. Mini PC also has 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC storage and HDMI 2.0, supports dual network options, a standard RJ45 LAN connector for more stabilized connection and 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.1 for wireless connections. There’s also a MicroSD card slot that supports up to 128GB memory cards for those who seeks more storage and x2 USB slots for peripherals. LIVA Q supports Windows 10 64bit and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. This little monster is capable of handling 4K content playback with ease.
The LIVA Q mini PC comes with a VESA mount, allowing users to hang/hide the mini-pc behind monitors/TVs, ideal for those working with limited spaces and perfect for those who wants to replace their bulky HTPC and enjoy 4K quality media entertainment at home. At the moment there is no information on availability and price. More details on the LIVA Q product page.
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