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How small can you go? Miniscule ECS LIVA PCs pictured

Introducing ECS's new tiny PC projects, the Core and X2 with Intel SoC and Braswell technology within
By: Chris Smith | Computer Systems News | Posted: Jun 4, 2015 2:38 am

Computex 2015 - "What could you possibly fit into such a small box?" This is the question that I am most commonly asked when I show my friends pictures of systems as small as this - quite a lot is the real answer.




Introducing the ECS LIVA PC series. First is the Core, brandishing an Intel Core M-5Y10C SoC processor, 4GB of DDR3L memory, one M.2 SSD for storage, Gigabit LAN, a wireless card offering Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth 4.0 are just some of what this beast has to offer.


As for outputs you can expect two HDMI ports, one combo sound/microphone jack, two microphones, four USB 3.0 ports and a Micro SD card reader all bundled into this 136 x 84 x 38mm package.


Coming from factory with Microsoft Windows 7, 8.1 or 10, power is supplied through an AC 100-240V source and the power output totals DC 19V / 3.43 A.


Next up is the X2 model, offering an Intel Braswell SoC processor and 32 or 64GB of storage through the utilization of eMMC. A little larger than the previously mentioned Core, this model offers an additional D-Sub output port with expansion options including one for M.2 SATA applications up to 1TB in capacity.







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