PC maker ECS showcased several new mini PCs at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month, including the previously announced ECS Liva Z3 Plus and Liva Z3E Plus with 10th-gen Intel Core Comet Lake chips. But the company is also updating its even smaller ECS Liva Q line of computers with new models featuring additional ports and functionality.
These tiny computers measure just 2.9″ x 2.9″ x 1.4″ but they’re fully-functional computers with Intel processors and support for Windows 10.
While the new models look a lot like the ECS Liva Q2 from a few years ago, there are a few key updates…
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