ECS' LIVA Mini-PC Comes Unassembled

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bootsattheboar

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Academic and geologic engineering field use is the reason for powering it off a battery bank. Most battery banks recharge with solar panels and/or generators. Many use cases don't require constant connection to a monitor
 

cobra5000

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Pretty cool but what would this be used for, ideally? Raspberry Pi and similar products are much cheaper. It seems like this would be fun for around $100, not $200.
 

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Raspberry Pi and similar products are useless to the vast majority of users. This, on the other hand, can easily be connected to most TV's and used for occasional web surfing and e-mail without being an eye sore. Since it's easily passively cooled, it can be hidden just about anywhere. You can also run Windows or Linux off it as long as you have reasonable performance expectations.
 

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Pretty cool but what would this be used for, ideally? Raspberry Pi and similar products are much cheaper. It seems like this would be fun for around $100, not $200.
Totally agree, I mean this is netbook hardware. For 200 USD you get... a complete netbook!
 
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