ECS has presented an unusual mini-PC. Liva QC710 stands out for being based on a platform that has nothing to do with either AMD or Intel.
The heart of the novelty is the SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c, and the mini-PC itself is positioned as a kit for developers of applications for Windows Arm. The PC comes with Windows 10 Home for Arm preinstalled, but can be upgraded to Windows 11.
The baby does not shine with characteristics. In addition to the not very powerful platform, it has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory. There is also a set of ports including RJ45, HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.2, USB-C, there is also a microSD slot and Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth adapters. But the PC only costs $ 220, and is available for students, parents, teachers and the military for $ 197.
Dimensions are only 119 x 117 x 35 mm with a weight of 230 g.