ECS Liva Z2 Fanless Mini PC To Replace Older Liva Z
ECS has suggested this week that it will shortly be rising a new inheritor to a Apollo Lake-powered LIVA Z mini PC, a form of a ECS Liva Z2 fanless mini PC that now includes a totally redesigned cooling complement even nonetheless it looks really identical to a prior system. The new cooling complement now allows for some-more atmosphere to upsurge among a hardware components and is now openly respirating on a tip of a system, following a identical trend with other mini PC systems.
Internally a ECS Liva Z2 fanless mini PC is powered by an Intel Pentium Silver Gemini Lake processor and is versed with SODIMM modules for RAM, permitting for easy upgrades when compulsory and is a pierce in a right direction. As prior models had their RAM soldered to a motherboard, make it unfit for upgrades to be implemented.
The mini PC also supports adult to 64GB of eMMC storage. And is versed with a 2.5-inch expostulate brook for an SSD or tough drive, and supports HDMI 2.0 connectivity other ports embody a USB 3.1 Type-C on a front and 3 USB 3.0 ports positioned on a back together with Ethernet jack and dual HDMI ports. Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide accessibility has been expelled as nonetheless ECS, though as shortly as news comes to light, we will keep we updated as always.
Source: Fanless Tech : Liliputing
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