Ahead of the Computex show in Taiwan this week, ECS announced it would be showing off a mini PC called the LIVA Pro, featuring a socketed mini STX motherboard that allows you to upgrade or replace the processor. But it turns out that’s not the only new LIVA mini PC on display at Computex this week. There’s also a model sporting an Intel Apollo Lake processor and several other systems including an ECS LIVA One vPro with support for Intel Skylake chips featuring Intel’s vPro technology.

Source: CNXSoft

If anything is clear from having walked around this year’s Computex, then it is that the mini PC is here to stay. Beyond plenty of socketed boards using Intel’s new STX form factor from just about every vendor, there are also plenty of other mini PC’s on display. One that caught our eye at the show was ECS’ new Liva, tentatively named the Z.