Friday, January 16th 2015

ECS Launches LIVA-X Mini PC

Elitegroup Computer System (ECS) is proud to introduce the latest mini PC - LIVA X, a fan-less design, quiet and low power consumption small-size computer. Adopting Intel Bay-Trail M SOC and 15W ultra-low power design; supporting Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Linux, and Ubuntu operating systems, as well. LIVA X supports USB 3.0 port, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth wireless connection technology. End users can upgrade storage capacity via mSATA SSD. Most importantly is the size of LIVA X ringing in at only half a liter! LIVA X Mini PC brings a whole new PC experience to the world.

The LIVA X features a no noise thermal design, providing a real silent Mini-PC. Enjoy it without any noise. Thanks to Intel new Bay Trail-M SOC 22nm processor. LIVA X features ultra-low power consumption, only 1/10 traditional desktop usage.
The power of a 64-bit Dual core 2.25 GHz machine with 4GB DDR3, 64 GB eMMC, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 3.0 and mSATA. And it's smaller than your mouse! Thanks to the native VESA mount, you can place the LIVA X practically anywhere - behind displays, monitors and TVs. This doesn't only save space, but it's also the easiest way to create a "cable-free" environment.

With the anticipation and excitement to have Windows-Based Mini PC, LIVA X is proud to bring you the latest Windows 8.1 with BING OS (optional) to ensure you a pleasant user experience.
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3 Comments on ECS Launches LIVA-X Mini PC

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john_ said:
This is a much better option
At that price, better build a real PC, no?
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neliz said:
At that price, better build a real PC, no?
The answer isn't a simple No or a simple Yes. If someone needs a machine to run a desktop OS, then yes, those little boxes, or even laptops, are not an option because of their price compared to typical desktops. But if you want something mobile, you buy a laptop(tablet or whatever). If you want something really small you go for these little boxes. A typical desktop is, I don't know, 20 times the size of these little boxes? Not to mention that with the exception of AM1 for example, the power consumption is also many times higher for a desktop.
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