Liva - World's Smallest Mini-PC Kit

Last November 28, 2014, Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) had a press launching of LIVA at Mandaluyong City.  LIVA, the world’s smallest Windows-based mini-PC kit is now here in the Philippines. Offering all the features of much larger PCs plus the latest Microsoft Windows 8.1 support, the LIVA Mini-PC is a complete solution for modern digital living, general computing, flash-based casual gaming, and basic applications.

The word LIVA comes from the combination of “Living” and “Life (Viva)” and the spirit of living a better life. LIVA aims to express the passion and the pursuit of aesthetics in every way of life through this product. Perfect for home and office users with the comprehensive features, compact size, stylish design, and affordable price. LIVA is sleek, with wireless connectivity to cut down on messy cables.



LIVA is ideal as a capable entry-level PC for first time users, or as a second PC to complement a bigger desktop system, such as streaming, browsing, and downloading. It’s not necessary to always stick with your 15” desktop screen when LIVA can turn your 50” TV into a PC. LIVA makes a perfect media center for an attractive, quiet (completely noise free), compact and powerful home theater system, thanks to its audio, video and networking capabilities.

Features
To achieve great performance with modern applications, Liva has these features for a pleasant user experience:

These 2 monitors are smoothly running with this one Liva between them.

  • Compatible with Windows 8.1 with Bing Operating System
  • 1% Power consumption compare to air-conditioner
  • Fan-less (0 db)
  • Size: 118 x 70 x 56 mm | weight: 190g,
  • supports the latest Intel Celeron Bay Trail-M SoC (System-on-a-Chip) dual-core 
  • 2GB of fast, low-voltage DDR3L memory
  • integrated 32GB eMMC (embedded multi-media card)
  • WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n | Bluetooth 4.0 Combo Card
  • high-speed USB 3.0
  • Gigabit LAN and audio output
  • HDMI and VGA outputs

Wireless Communication and Easy Setup
Both the WiFi and Bluetooth options are upgradable to stay compatible with future standards, thanks to the onboard M.2 interface, as known as NGFF (Next Generation Form Factor). This latest interface provides a better, faster standard for connection and expansion.


LIVA is so light and portable that you can carry your entire PC with you wherever you go, set it up in seconds, and just plug it into to any standard screen and keyboard, anywhere. You can also use a power bank to boot up Liva. How fast can you build a new PC? With the LIVA Mini PC Kit's screw-less design, users can easily assemble their own PC and have the hardware ready to go within 40 seconds. With a mSRP of around Php 8,000.00, the LIVA is sure to be a hit in the Philippine IT market.

For more information about LIVA Mini PC Kit, visit http://www.ecs.com.tw/LIVA/
*Note – Only the 32GB LIVA is available at this point, with the 64GB model to be in the market by January 2015.

About ECS
ECS, Elitegroup Computer Systems, was established in 1987. In recent years, ECS's main focus has expanded from motherboards to All-in-One PCs, notebook computers, graphics cards and other mobile products. ECS is strongly committed to developing cutting-edge technology in order to create innovative products under environmentally friendly designs. ECS's comprehensive quality control system ensures all of ECS products can be counted on for stability and reliability. Visit http://www.ecs.com.tw to learn more.

Written by Ranne of Ranneveryday ヅ
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11 comments:

  1. Cool! With a nice features and affordable price... I think this is really great.

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  2. Haha. Wow! Nice PC. I'll check this item on Janauary 2015.
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  3. The generation of everything micro.

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  4. We are juat using this for presentation.

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  5. Wow, there's Bing Operating System already? They're really competing with Chrome OS.

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  6. The specs are good and knowing that it is "mini" makes it unique. Plus the affordable price this will become a big "hit" to tech lovers.

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  7. Awesome features plus affordable in price. And the thing that makes it interesting is its size.

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  8. Oh! So this is like a smaller CPU... I mean, it looks like the smallest CPU I've seen! Great innovation. Quite a promising product. :)

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  9. Love its portability and bluetooth function. ^^

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