ECS Liva Q Mini PC launched at the price tag of Rs. 15,500
ECS Liva Q Mini PC: Elitegroup Computer System (ECS) has enlarged its family of ultra-compact LIVA-branded PCs for customers using a new version known as the LIVA Q. It’s a pocket-sized mini-pc which includes Intel Apollo Lake chips, along with 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC storage and HDMI 2.0. It’s capable of managing 4K content playback too. According to ECS, the LIVA Q includes support for Windows 10, but according to ECS, the machine will be capable of running Ubuntu Linux.
In the launch event at New Delhi, ECS stated the LIVA Q 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage version using Windows 10 Home is going to be available in Rs. 15,500 (excluding taxation), whereas the exact same LIVA Q model with no operating system will probably go on sale in Rs. 13,500.
As previously mentioned, the computer provides around 4GB of all LPDDR4 memory and up to 64GB of all eMMC storage. Concerning connectivity, the pc has a microSD card slot, also a USB3.1 Type-A port along with a USB2.0 interface, 1 HDMI interface for video output, 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1.
Concerning measurements, the LIVA Q steps only 70x70x31.4mm and weighs 260 grams. The miniature PC also includes a VESA bracket, enabling users to hang/hide the mini-pc supporting monitors/ TVs.