Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has launched its new Liva Q Mini-PC in India. The highlight of the Mini Pc is its size. The dimensions of the Liva Q are 70mm x 70mm x 31.4mm, while the entire system weight 260gms. The Mini-PC comes with Windows 10 Home and is priced at 15,500. However, consumers can also purchase the system without an OS for Rs 13,500.
The Liva Q Mini-PC is powered by Intel’s Apollo Lake processors with 4GB RAM. It offers 32GB of storage, which can be expanded by up to 128GB via a microSD card. The company also claims that the Liva Q is capable of handling 4K playback. Connectivity options include a RK45 LAN connector, 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1 for wireless connections. It also comes with two USB ports and an HDMI.
Rajshekhar Bhatt, Country Manager, Elitegroup Computer Systems stated, “At ECS, we keep expanding the Liva family with perpetually comprehensive designs and innovations. Smaller size, more features and performance are transformed in each of the generations. Carrying on the Liva legacy forward, we proudly announce the Live Q as the smallest palm sized pocket PC available in the market today.”
ECS unveiled the Liva Q PC back in November last year. However, back then the price of the device was not yet announced.
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