ECS introduces minicomputer that can run Windows 8.1




The Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Elitegroup Computer Systems has introduced the Liva. The homebuilt computer is only 190 grams and the size of a palm. The device can run Windows 8.1, says the manufacturer.

The exact dimensions of the mini-PC amounts 11.8 x 7.0 x 5.6 inches. The Liva has 2GB DDR3 memory and a dual-core Intel Bay Trail-M processor with a clock frequency of up to 2GHz. The case has no room for fans, but Elitegroup Computer Systems ECS claims to have developed the CPU should keep cool. Separate micro-architecture

The computer, which must be screwed and out of the box with no operating system, single-handedly put together also offers standard 32GB EMMC storage memory. Regarding connectivity, it supports Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11a/b/g/n-wifi. Also outputs for USB 3.0, Gigabit LAN, and a 3.5mm jack. Finally, HDMI and VGA outputs provides image. The energy comes from a micro-USB port, but according also be arranged. with power bank ECS The maximum power consumption is 15 watts.

ECS is aiming the Liva to users who purchase a computer for the first time. In addition, the little computer according to the manufacturer’s useful for those who want to supplement, for example, streaming, browsing, and downloads. A second PC The homebuilt computer can also be used for media playback on a TV. The Taiwanese manufacturer has no details about the availability and price announced, but says the Liva for wanting to deliver. ‘Affordable price’


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