TechSpot: ECS Liva 64GB Mini PC Review: A tiny, efficient HTPC kit

Setting the bar for small form factor PCs in July, ECS' Liva made comparable machines look oversized and overpriced, weighing only 190g and measuring 118mm wide, 56mm tall and70mm deep (0.46L volume) while costing a rather affordable $165.

Since its debut, ECS has updated the Liva with a 64GB option and now offers a white case (initially it came in just black). Although ECS has doubled the storage, we have only seen a mild price increase with the 64GB version currently selling for just $185.

On top of being so inexpensive and compact, the Liva is efficient -- so much so that it can be powered by a USB power bank. Its low power consumption has also allowed for a fanless design that is said to let the Liva run in total silence while still being quick enough to deliver smooth 1080p playback -- precisely the sort of claim that grabs folks' attention.

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