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ECS LIVA X2 Mini PC Review


The ECS LIVA X2 ships in a glossy silver box, with no product images on the top of the box


The box does not give much away about the X2, though there are some specs on the side as well as a small picture.


Inside, you get the small power brick, complete with both European and UK socket adapters, and a handy VESA mount. The VESA mount supports both 100mm and 75mm configurations so you are likely to be able to attach it to your monitor. The necessary screws are also provided.

There is also a driver disc which makes installing drivers a big faff – as obviously the tiny X2 does not have an optical drive bay. Finally, there is the standard product information booklet I don’t think anyone reads.

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