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ECS LIVA Z Plus - PCSTATS.com ECS LIVA Z Plus
Sun, May 14 2017 | 4:02PM | Filed under: Computer / SFF PCs| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

”Back to the topic at hand! This being the second LIVA I had the pleasure to review, the process of setting up and getting real-world use out of it was much easier the second time around. I'm not saying it was overly complicated, but I spent a lot less time reading about SoC architectures in preparation for this review.The one thing that threw me off was the inclusion of Intel vPro technology. Going to Intels website has never helped in the past and it was no different this time. Using phases like "Strengthen Software Security from the Inside" and "Lighten Your Heaviest Workloads" isn't helpful on a website solely designed to sell you a product. After some Googling, I found out that it is basically an advanced remote desktop. The reason I bring this up is because the LIVA Z i5 7300U model just gained a whole new untapped market. The average consumer will never use the features and quite honestly, only businesses are going to be on the look out for such features. That being said, at my day job, the company bought a few used UCFF (Ultra-Compact Form Factor) PCs left over from an oil drilling company. It is not unheard of for companies to use this type of computers because they are low power and generally solid state, meaning no moving parts. Add in the ability to remote into the device in a secure fashion with offsite management and it becomes very desirable to IT workers out in the field.”

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