LIVA Q mini-PC with Windows 10, Intel Apollo Lake processors
As an addition to its family of ultra-compact mini PCs, Elitegroup Computer System (ECS) has launched its latest model called the LIVA Q. Measuring at 7x7x3.14 centimeters and weighing just 260 grams, this ultra-sized mini PC belies its size. It features Intel Apollo Lake processors and comes with support for Windows 10 along with capability of running Ubuntu Linux as well. Here's more.
Everything you expect from an ultra-compact Pocket PC
The LIVA Q comes loaded with features you expect in a pocket PC. Alongside support for Windows 10 and Ubuntu Linux, we get 4GB/2GB of RAM and 64GB/32GB of eMMC storage options. The LIVA Q supports HDMI 2.0 for graphic output and 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) video, making it, as per the company, 'the smallest 4K capable Pocket PC' available today.
PC like functionality, in fraction of a size
The ECS LIVA Q comes with two SoC options - quad-core Intel Pentium N4200 or dual-core Celeron N3350 - coupled with 2GB/4GB of LPDDR4 memory and 32/64GB of eMMC storage options which can be expanded upto 128GB via microSD. In terms of connectivity and I/O ports, you get a USB3.1 Type-A port and USB2.0 port, one HDMI 2.0 port, 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1.
Using a VESA mount, you can hide your LIVA Q
LIVA Q comes with a VESA mount that will allow you to hang/hide the mini-pc behind TVs/monitors. VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) is a US-based organization of over 300 companies that have together defined standards for displays and buses used in consumer electronics industry.
Launched in India
ECS has priced the LIVA Q 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage variant with Windows 10 Home at Rs. 15,500 (excluding taxes). This same LIVA Q model, without an OS, has been priced at Rs. 13,500. Both models will be available in India through authorized ECS partners, e-commerce channels and offline reseller channels.