ECS Live Station Mini PC Includes a Wireless Charger for Your Smartphone

ECS Live Station would just be a standard Bay Trail-M mini PC with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage, and overall specifications somewhat similar to Liva X, if it did not also features a wireless charger at the top to charge your smartphone.


ECS Live Station (LS-2-32-W10) specifications:

  • SoC – Intel Celeron N2830 quad core processor @ 2.16/2.41 GHz with Intel HD graphics (7.5W TDP)
  • System Memory – 2 GB DDR3L (SO-DIMM)
  • Storage – 32 GB SATADOM module
  • Video Output – 1x HDMI port
  • Audio – 1x audio combo jack for microphone and headphone; Realtek ALC283 HD codec
  • Connectivity – 1x Gigabit Ethernet (Realtek RTL8111G), 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0
  • USB – 2x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0
  • Expansion – 1x mini PCIE slot used by wireless module (Wi-FI / BT)
  • Misc – Qi charger on top, charging status LED, power button & LED.
  • Power – 12V/3A
  • Dimensions – 13.8 x 13 x 12.3 cm

The mini PC is pre-loaded Windows 10 Home.

Wireless_Charging_mini_PCThe device is currently listed on Amazon Japan for 37,778 JPY (~$335 US including taxes and shipping) with release sheduled for April 9th. The internal pictures on Amazon also show the memory, storage and wireless module are all replaceable.

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Via Liliputing

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6 Replies to “ECS Live Station Mini PC Includes a Wireless Charger for Your Smartphone”

  1. Satadom: finally on “sata”-speed and with integrated power pins in the connector. Hopefully on reasonable price. They should integrate this in dev-boards.
    I had ide dom disks in the past but never went for sata as to expensive and to slow and to little storage. With thes satadom modules the speed and size is OK now, but at which cost?

  2. I can see they recommend SATA DOM as boot device for FreeNAS ->

    The main advantage appears to be that they plug directly into yellow SATA connector on Supermicro X10 motherboard, or standard ones plus a external cable for 5V power.

    I still think mSATA is a better choice for development boards. SATA DOMs (Disk-on-Modules) are all new to me, so I may have missed something.

  3. No you haven’ t missed anythings, SATA DOM’s are usually used in industrial PC’s as boot drives, as they’re comparatively reliable and fast, but they’re not cheap. There’s no sensible reason to use one in regular applications compared to using mSATA or M.2 drives and I don’t really understand why ECS has gone down this route unless they’ve got a bunch of spare drives, but at 32GB, this doesn’t seem very likely, so the only thing that comes to mind is that they got a batch of cheap ones from somewhere.

  4. Pretty interesting but I don’t really see a point for the wireless charging surface there… I mean the USB ports are right there and won’t the surface get really hot…

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