With small devices as practical as they are, it’s no surprise that manufacturers constant trend towards that direction. The new ECS Live Station is a good example of that, boasting incredibly small dimensions of 13.8 x 13 x 12.3 cm. One of its most interesting features is the inclusion of a Qi Wireless Charging Pad that allows users to charge phones without cables simply by placing atop the pad.
This Windows 10 Mini PC sports an Intel Bay trail processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage — not too shabby considering its size and 998g weight. The computer is also equipped with an HDMI port, an IR sensor, a 3.5mm audio jack, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, WiFi 802.11n, and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. In addition, Lilliputing notes that judging by the photos available on Amazon, users should be able to upgrade the device’s storage capacity through its removable solid drive.
The $330 USD device has been available in Japan for pre-order since March 28th. It is expected to launch in both the US and European markets on April 9th. We don’t know exactly how much it will cost, but taking into account the fact that technology is more expensive in Japan, it should be under the current $330 USD price tag.
If you are interesting in buying a mini PC, check out five we’ve already written to help you make your choice!
- MSI Vortex Mini, a mini-tower gaming PC capable of incredible performance
- Asus’s VivoMini, available for less than $200
- World’s Smallest USB Mini-PC From Intel
- Kangaroo Plus Pocket PC, a full computer that you can literally put it in you pocket
- ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 pico, with a price tag of about $200