CeBIT 2015: a prototype mini-PC ECS LIVA with chip Intel Core M

CeBIT 2015: a prototype mini-PC ECS LIVA with chip Intel Core M

During the CeBIT 2015, which is from 16 to 20 March held in Hanover, the company Elitegroup Computer System (ECS) showed their new models of compact computers LIVA Series Mini-PC. One of the main distinguishing features of new products called 14-nm processor and faster graphics subsystem.

In addition, ECS brought to the exhibition a prototype of a completely new Liva Mini PC with a processor with Intel Core M. This miniature PC on overall dimensions 14% smaller predecessors, includes more capacious SSD-drives (up to 1TB), as well as a high-speed Wi adapters -Fi. In addition to the new mini-PC is the company in its exposition new motherboards with technology DURATHON, which provides high reliability and stability of the system. These trends include a printed circuit board with triple density, which is well protected against moisture, high-quality solid capacitors and other components that have been tested by the manufacturer.

CeBIT 2015: a prototype mini-PC ECS LIVA with chip Intel Core M

Recall one of the last representatives of LIVA became a mini-desktop PC Liva X, announced in December last year. This nettop equipped with a processor Atom (Bay Trail) at speeds up to 2.25 GHz, RAM capacity of 2 or 4 GB of internal flash memory capacity up to 64 GB and different dimensions of 135 × 83 × 40 mm.

Source: ecs.com.tw

CeBIT 2015: a prototype mini-PC ECS LIVA with chip Intel Core M updated: March 18, 2015 author: John Malkovich