ECS has introduced its new fanless desktop PC dubbed the LIVA mini PC kit. The computer is currently offering the device as a kit which you have to assemble on your own, but the memory, storage and CPU are already attached to the motherboard so the only thing to be done, is to assemble the case.
The LIVA mini PC kit is powered by an Intel Celeron Bay Trail CPU, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage which is all housed in a compact case small enough to fit the palm of your hands. However, if it’s 32GB of internal storage isn’t enough for you, then you might want to wait for the 64GB model coming this August.
The 64GB version comes in a white case, unlike the 32GB version that comes in a black case. Both models weighs less than half a pound and measures about 4.6-inch wide. The compact PC also features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. The company ships the mini PC without an operating system, however it has the ability to run Windows, Ubuntu, Fedora and other Linux-based operating systems.