ECS LIVA X2 Mini-PC Review

Others/All-in-one PC by stefan @ 2015-09-09

The Braswell-equipped LIVA X2 is a much needed improvement over the original LIVA which brings more USB ports to the table, the ability to install a M.2 SSD up to 1TB for increased storage capacity while keeping a small footprint and very low power consumption (8.8W IDLE, 19.71W Full Load). Despite the new generation SoC, we have seen that its arithmetic performance is very close to the original LIVA, while the 3D one has been increased. The eMMC speeds also look quite the same with the ones on the original LIVA so the only way to speed things up more is to install our own M.2 SSD and boot Windows off it.

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At first we would like to thank ECS for providing us with a LIVA X2 Mini-PC for testing and reviewing.




About ECS:


“ECS, the Elitegroup Computer Systems, was established in 1987, and almost 30 years of business. More than two decades, ECS has overcome a great deal of obstacles facing new businesses and has experienced the joy of significant growth and development. Her main focus has expanded to not only motherboards, but also desktop and notebook computers, graphics cards and other mobile products. ECS is strongly committed to develop cutting-edge technology in order to generate innovative products under environmental friendly designs. ECS comprehensive system of quality control provides our clients with reassurance and fosters long term cooperation.”


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