Taiwan-based electronics major Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has brought its world’s smallest computer to India on Tuesday. The Windows-based mini-PC called "LIVA Q" will be available in India for Rs.15,500, with dual network options.
The pocket-sized device has the latest Intel Apollo Lake SOC processors along with 4GB RAM and 32GB eMMC storage and HDMI 2.0, running on Windows 10 operating system (OS). Its memory can be enhanced with a MicroSD card slot on the front side up to 128GB storage. It is capable of handling 4K content playback.
"Carrying on the ‘LIVA’ legacy forward, we announce ‘LIVA Q’ as the smallest palm-sized pocket PC available in the market today," Rajshekhar Bhatt, Country Manager at Elitegroup Computer Systems, said while launching the device in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Available in two variants, the other LIVA Q model without an operating system (OS) will be sold for Rs.13,500 and both the devices will be available in India through authorised ECS partners, other reseller channels, and e-commerce channels, said the company.
It measures just 70x70x31.4mm and weighs 260 grams. It also comes with a VESA mount, to keep it hiding or hanging behind the big TV or computer monitors.[tag World's smallest PC 'LIVA Q' now available in India, Elitegroup Computer Systems, ECS mini PC, India price, Windows-based mini-PC, LIVA Q price,dual network option, pocket-sized mini PC ]