ECS LIVA Q2 Review 7

ECS LIVA Q2 Review

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ECS is a mainstay in the PC market, having been founded back in 1987. Being an OEM manufacturer for other brands along with producing their own high-quality products over the last 30 years, ECS has grown, having expanded into various markets with motherboards, desktops, mini-PCs, notebooks, graphics cards, and more. Through it all, ECS has continued to commit themselves to excellence, having overcome numerous obstacles in their continued drive to develop cutting-edge technology.

In today's review, I focus on the ECS LIVA Q2; this updated model of the original LIVA Q2 only has a few upgrades, the biggest being the switch from an Intel Celeron N3350 to an N4000. Storage space and system memory remain the same with the system coming with 32 GB of eMMC storage and 4 GB of DDR4 memory. Overall, the system sticks with the tiny form factor of its predecessor, but before going any further, let's take a closer look at the specifications.

Processor:Intel Celeron N4000
Dual-core 1.1 GHz (2.6 GHz Turbo)
Integrated Graphics:Intel HD Graphics 600
Memory:4 GB (2400 MHz LPDDR4)
Storage:32 GB eMMC flash
Optical Drive:None
Audio:Gemini Lake SoC High Definition Audio Controller
Connectivity:1x HDMI 2.0
1x USB 3.1 Type A Gen1
1x USB 2.0
1x Micro SD slot (128 GB Max)
1x Gigabit LAN port
Communications:Qualcomm Atheros QCA6174A
2x2 802.11ac - 867 Mbps
1x Realtek Gigabit LAN RTL8168/8111
Bluetooth 4.1
Cooling:Heatsink and fan
Operating System:Windows 10
Warranty:1 year
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