ECS Liva Z: launches series of mini-PC on Intel Apollo Lake

ECS Liva Z: launches series of mini-PC on Intel Apollo Lake

Company Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) announces the transition of branded PCs mini PC Liva processors generation Intel Apollo Lake, promising some increase in performance and functionality. New items will arrive on shelves as part of a series of ECS Liva Z, however, the manufacturer does not hurry to call the model, which will find application in systems.

ECS Liva Z: Design

Mini PC built with a compact black case with the logo with the letter Z on top and a pattern of grey circles. The new chips will bring the system graphics Intel HD Graphics 500 with a sufficient level of performance, and the ability to use interfaces display both an HDMI and miniDiplayPort. In theory it is possible to arrange installation of two screens to 4K.

ECS Liva Z: launches series of mini-PC on Intel Apollo Lake

ECS Liva Z: Specifications

In the composition of the ECS Liva Z provided a couple of slots DDR3L-SODIMM, able to work with a maximum of 8 GB of RAM, support for eMMC storage 32/64 GB SSD interface M. 2. Reported here, for wireless network adapter WiFi 802.11 ac + Bluetooth 4.0 Intel, and a dual Gigabit network chip Realtek RTL8111H. To organize the output a simple sound enables audio Realtek ALC283.

ECS Liva Z: launches series of mini-PC on Intel Apollo Lake

Mini-PC ECS Liva Z with dimensions 117 x 128 x 33 mm on the ends have connector mini-jack, three USB 3.0 and one USB 3.0 Type-C, HDMI and miniDiplayPort, couple network RJ45 and power port the DC IN.

ECS Liva Z: Features

The manufacturer has provided in their product support VESA75 and VESA100 mounts, is possible to install only Microsoft operating system Windows 10.

Source: ecs

ECS Liva Z: launches series of mini-PC on Intel Apollo Lake was last modified: November 11th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby