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The ECS Liva Mini Box QC710 is a small desktop computer with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It also happens to be one of the most affordable Windows on ARM computers to date – it sold for $219 when it launched in 2021 as the Snapdragon Developer Kit.

Now it’s even cheaper – Woot is selling the little computer for $150.

If you’re looking for a little computer with more horsepower, you can also pick up a barebones ASRock NUC BOX-1240P from Newegg for $485 or an Intel NUC 12 Pro with the same processor for $490. You’ll need to supply your own memory, storage, and OS though.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Mini PCs





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4 replies on “Daily Deals (2-27-2023)”

  1. Is it possible to replace Windows on the ECS Liva Mini Box QC710 – or any Windows on ARM system – with Ubuntu? If so I may have to give it a spin.

    1. I was wondering about that, or turning it into an Android streaming box.

      Then I realized a good chunk of that $150 is a Windows license. It honestly doesn’t feel like a great deal unless you’re using it for its specific purpose (Snapdragon development).

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