Smallest mini PC launched in India

Elitegroup Computer System, a Taiwan based electronic manufacturing firm, has launched the smallest Mini PC named Liva Q in India for a price of Rs 13,500.

Named as Liva Q, the company claims it as the smallest Mini Personnel Computer ever launched. The device weighs over 260 grams and measures 70 x 70 x 31.4mm.

The computer has a configuration of 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC storage and runs with the latest Windows 10 operating system. Meanwhile, excluding the branded software the device just comes at Rs 13,500.

The device is powered by an Intel Apollo Lake Pentium and Celeron SoC chipset, that can stream 4k contents without any glitch. The device has all modern wireless connectivity options and can be mounted to any TV, for a smooth transformation to that of a PC.

“We would like to see Indian customers leveraging our innovative product to change their daily life & make lifestyle more convenient,” said Ken Cheng, Director of IMS Division, Elitegroup Computer Systems.