Friday, March 28th 2014

ECS Liva Mini-PC Pictured

Ahead of its launch, pictures of ECS Liva mini-PC were posted by the Japanese media. Designed to take on the likes of Intel NUC (Atom) and Gigabyte Brix, the Liva runs Intel's "Bay Trail-M" SoC, which allows a great deal of cost-cutting, and lets it make the Liva fan-less. A big metal-ridge heatsink cools the SoC. The compact system board has a great deal of onboard connectivity, including D-Sub and HDMI display outputs; gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB 3.0, and stereo HD audio. The board comes with its own 2 GB of DDR3L onboard RAM, and 32 GB of eMMC storage. Measuring 118 mm x 70 mm x 56 mm, the Liva weighs in at 190 g. It's expected to be priced under $200.
Sources: PC Watch Impress, FanlessTech
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7 Comments on ECS Liva Mini-PC Pictured

#1
Steevo
I keep seeing these anemic systems advertised, but have never actually seen one in the wild, perhaps we should start calling them Sasquatch?
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CoolZone
I agree with your opinion. This device may not even reach Europe; the only thing I do not not like about this device is the soldered eMMC which is way too small.
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#3
m0nt3
Looks like a nice little XBMC box maybe?
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#4
micropage7
wow, i like it, just thinking put it in custom small case - biscuit box :D:D
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#5
dados8756
o my.... more performance with less price... :toast:
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#6
ZetZet
Oh wow 200$ for this. Yes please.
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cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: Steevo
I keep seeing these anemic systems advertised, but have never actually seen one in the wild, perhaps we should start calling them Sasquatch?
No, you shouldn't. ;)
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