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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#2
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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#7
cadaveca
My name is Dave
SteevoI 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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