As expected this month ECS has unveiled new additions to their range of mini PCs during the CeBit computer show in Germany, unveiling its new ECS Liva Core, and ECS Liva X² energy-efficient mini PC systems.
The new systems will be available to purchase later this year during June 2015 and the ECS Liva Core is fitted with an Intel Core M Broadwell processor, while the ECS Liva X², that sports a lower price and is equipped with a lower-performance Intel Braswell chip.
Other features of the systems include the ability to install up to 4 GB of RAM together with up to 64 GB of storage together with support for an M.2 solid state disk (SSD). As well as 3 x USB 3.0 ports, 2 x HDMI ports, microSD card slot for further expansion, and a fast wired Gigabit Ethernet connection.
The white Liva X² mini PC pictured above measures 5.4 x 3.3 x 1.8 inches in size, while the black Liva Core pictured below can be fitted with 1TB of storage and measure a slightly smaller 5.3 x 3.3 x 1.5 inches. For more information on the new ECS Liva X² and ECS Liva Core, jump over to the ECS website for details full specifications.
ECS has also revealed at CeBit that the company is hoping to launch a new system before the end of the year, that will be equipped with Intel’s “Skylake” chip which is currently still under development. As soon as more information is made available we will keep you updated as always.
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