Page 1: Reviewed: ECS LIVA X Mini PC
Last year we had a chance to see our first look at the ECS Mini PC that they dubbed the LIVA. Not long after Computex we got our chance to get down and dirty with the first one. Jump forward six months and we’ve got the second generation LIVA X on hand. With a few changes including a faster Intel SoC and new cabinet design, we’ll see just what this mini PC is capable off.
During Computex 2014 we got a chance to visit with the folks over at ECS / Elitegroup. There, we were presented with pride a look at the company’s new LIVA system. Barely six months later we’ve got a chance to take a look at the company’s second rendition of the LIVA Mini PC – the LIVA X. Our test sample of the ECS LIVA X is equipped with an Intel Celeron N2808, 4 GB of RAM and a 64 GB eMMC comprehensive mass storage.
|Manufacturer and Model||ECS Liva X|
|Dimensions||135 x 38 x 40 mm (LxWxH)|
|CPU||Intel Celeron N2808|
|Graphics Card||Intel HD Graphics|
|Mass storage||64 GB eMMC|
|Main memory||DDR3L 4,096, 1,333 MHz, CL9-9-9-24|
|Others||WiFi (802.11n), Bluetooth 4.0, Windows 8.1 installed|
On the next page we take a closer look at what exactly the LIVA X from ECS is bringing to the table.