Elitegroup debuts LIVA X mini PC

Elitegroup debuts LIVA X mini PC

Elitegroup has expanded its LIVA line of small form factor PCs at CES 2015 with the addition of the newest LIVA X model. The new mini PC has many attractive features that include 0 dB thermal design, ultra-low power consumption and small size.

The computer, which is as big as a can of Coke, contains a 22 nm Intel Bay Trail chip that is fully capable of running Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and various Linux distributions. The LIVA X also offers support for USB 3.0, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet and has dual monitor capabilities and an mSATA slot. All this hardware needs just 15W of power, which is impressive!

ECS has also showcased various other products that include Durathon technology-enabled Z97-based motherboards, new all-in-one computers such as the 10-point-touch G24 and the newly styled V20 with fanless design and more. As to the motherboards that use the Durathon technology – tests that go beyond the ordinary certify that Durathon motherboards offer excellent stability and extra long life.

Source: ECS

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