The ECS LIVA Q line of computers are palm-sized desktop PCs designed for simple applications such as digital signage or video conferencing. But they’re basically full-fledged PCs capable of running Windows, Linux, or other software.
One thing setting the ECS LIVA Q3H apart from some of the company’s other mini PCs is that this model has two HDMI ports – one for output and another for input. ECS says that input allows content from other devices to be displayed on screen, which could come in handy when using the LIVA Q3H as a video conferencing device.
There’s also an Ethernet port and support for WiFi 5 and three USB ports on the front of the mini computer.
Under hood, the system is powered by an Intel Jasper Lake processor with options for Celeron N4500, Celeron N5100, or Pentium Silver N6000 chips. ECS equips the system with 4GB or 8GB of LPDDR4-2400 memory and 64GB or 128GB of EMMC storage.
The previous-gen LIVA Q2 (with an Intel Gemini Lake Refresh processor) only offered up to 4GB of RAM and up to 64GB of eMMC storage, while the newer LIVA Q3 Plus (with AMD Ryzen Embedded processor options) supports up to 8GB.
Other LIVA Q3H features include support for WiFi 5, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, a USB 2.0 port, a Gigabit Ethernet jack, and a microSD card reader.