TimeFlip Time tracking gadget will organize your life

TimeFlip is here to organize your life. It keeps a strict eye on you for your goals completion. TimeFlip is a gadget with many useful features. Some of us try to manage our time through calendars and organizers, but ultimately it’s hard to get regular on time. So, the matter was solved by activity trackers. Thanks to the new gadget, the tracking and recording of our activities motivated us to continue and maintain continuity in the analysis (reaching the goal). TimeFlip is a time monitoring gadget that can achieve similar results.

TimeFlip Time tracking gadget will organize your life

TimeFlip: How it works?

The TimeFlip device resembles a more robust board game cube (or instead RPG). However, a multilayer stable is much larger and has a different task. We do not draw the page here and set it up with symbols. Since then, the device counts time spent on a specific job and saves it to the mobile application on the smartphone.

It creates a whole sequence of events, that is, the history of our tasks with specific results. Of course, you have to remember about continually turning the cube. If we implement it and we will log in the data carefully, we will get quite impressive statistics.

TimeFlip Time tracking gadget will organize your life

Such a database in the profile will give us a lot of information from the whole day, or even a week or a month. I will examine what we are wasting our time and where we could find more of it. It is an elementary system.

It comes for those who really would like to know the details about everyday functioning. The truth is that you have to go everywhere with TimeFlip. But this fact alone can increase awareness about the sense of wasting time. We prepare own walls ourselves. It all depends on the individual way of functioning and work.

The authors have prepared a set of stickers on pentagonal walls. There are a lot of them in the ankle, so we should fit all the most essential tasks that usually last a bit longer. For example, we can mark a field with fun or surf the net, but also duties. We determine the activities ourselves. You just have to enter them in the application, so that the whole time will come correctly.

The project is trivial in its idea, but also very minimalistic in the format. It is a pity that it was not possible to create LED walls, then marking the fields would be more useful and much faster (and probably with a more excellent range of activity), but perhaps a bit more expensive. TimeFlip first comes at CES 2018. It is expected to be available for sale this year. Even DIY kits are available. In my opinion, the toy could be no more compact.

Asus ZenBook 13 Specifications, ultralight laptop with a state-of-the-art processor

The new generation of Asus notebooks is here. Presented at CES 2018, the Asus Zenbook 13 is one of them. It is a laptop that combines the power of Intel Core processors of the eighth generation with a weight less than one kilo.

Asus ZenBook 13 specs, ultralight laptop with a state-of-the-art processor

Let’s take a look at all its specifications to learn more about this terminal. Also, that will arrive in the market during 2018, at a price yet to be confirmed.

Elegant and ultralight design

Asus has wanted to bet on a beautiful product and has succeeded. With a matte aluminum chassis in black or pink, the Asus Zenbook 13 looks very attractive. Also, weighing so little, only 985 grams, becomes a convenient and easily transportable option, ideal for highly mobile professionals.

zenbook 13


Its LED screen of 6o Hz has a size of 13.3 inches, with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). Your keyboard is illuminated, so we can continue using it in low visibility environments. On the sides, it includes two USB 3.0 type A ports, one USB type C port, one HDMI port, one microSD card slot and one audio minijack port.

Data sheet

screen 13.3-inch LED panel with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels)
Processor   Intel Core i5 8250U
Intel Core i7 8550U
RAM 8 or 16 GB
Graphic card Intel UHD Graphics 620 integrated
Audio Technology ASUS SonicMaster
Harman kardon
Storage Up to 512 GB SSD SATA3 or up to 1 TB SSD PCie
Battery 5000 mAh, 3 cells
OS Windows 10
Connections WiFi 802.11 AC, Bluetooth 4.2
USB 3.0, HDMI, microSD and audio minijack
Colors Black, pink
Dimensions 130 x 216 x 13.9 cm (985 grams)
Featured features Illuminated keyboard
Release date

Maximum power

The small size and lightness of this Asus Zenbook 13 does not limit you in terms of power. We can choose between Intel Core i5 or i7 eighth generation processors , also admitting up to 16 GB of RAM.

The graphics card is an integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620, and regarding storage, we can reach up to 512 GB of SSD SATA3 or up to 1 TB SSD PCIe. As we see, it is a luxury of equipment for the most demanding users.

zenbook 13

Windows 10 and Cortana

The operating system of this Asus Zenbook 13 is Windows 10, being able to take advantage of Cortana to the maximum since it includes built-in micro thanks to which we will be able to communicate with the virtual assistant.

Also, thanks to the fingerprint reader included next to the keyboard, and we will have at hand the virtues of Windows Hello, thus being able to shield our computer against unwanted intrusions, which is a plus for security.

zenbook 13

Quality audio

Movie viewing, as well as listening to music, earn points on this notebook by including two 1W stereo speakers with a Harman Kardon n sound system, as well as taking advantage of Asus SonicMaster sound technology.

Availability and price

The big question now is to know the cost of this laptop. Because it can become our right choice if it is an economic proposal. For now, we have given the first look; now we can wait for official confirmations. If you had thought about getting a laptop this year, you should expect a bit until you know what the final conditions of this Asus Zenbook 13 are.

Ecovacs WINBOT X, a wireless window cleaning robot

Ecovacs Robotics, a company, specialized in domestic robotics, presented at CES Las Vegas a new model of its popular WINBOT range. The new robot is called WINBOT X. And that is a wireless robot for window cleaning. Yes, as you read it, you do not need cables. It works with battery and provides more efficient cleaning of the crystals since it can move with greater independence. WINBOT X can clean even large windows of up to 4 x 4 meters. For this reason, it has been awarded the CES Innovation Award in the category of Appliances. The WINBOT X robot will reach the market at the end of June 2018 with a price still to be determined.

Ecovacs WINBOT X, a wireless window cleaning robot

It may sound a little weird to have a robot to clean the windows. But anyone doing the cleaning of their house knows that it is one of the most tedious tasks in the home. Also, a few years ago we also saw vacuum robots as something rare and costly. And today many users have one at home. Now that these have gotten into our homes, it is time for another type of robots to try their luck.

Battery to get further

Robots such as WINBOT X, a robot that is dedicated to cleaning windows. Although there are already several models that we have on the market. Also, the WINBOT X stands out as a wireless robot. This model does not need a power cable. So it can get farther away and clean bigger crystals. For this it is equipped with a rechargeable battery, being able to clean glass surfaces challenging to reach both indoors and outdoors.

launch Ecovacs WINBOT X battery

First, WINBOT X measures the surface to be cleaned and then selects the most appropriate cleaning route. As we mentioned, the robot cleans windows of up to four by four meters. Thanks to the elimination of the cable, the WINBOT X robot can move freely on the surface to be cleaned, even on frameless glass surfaces.

Undoubtedly many of you are thinking, and what happens if you run out of battery? The robot integrates a flexible safety cable that is attached to the glass using a suction cup and communicates with the WINBOT X via Bluetooth. That allows the system to react directly to pressure problems and protect the device from falls.

In short, an interesting and useful robot. If you are impatient to have this robot, you should know that the WINBOT X will go on sale in Spain at the end of June with a price that has not been disclosed.

Lenovo Mirage Camera, camera to create virtual reality content

Lenovo announced during the CES celebration the Lenovo Mirage Camera, a new virtual reality camera that will allow us to capture and relive memories as if we were really at the moment. The Lenovo Mirage is an RV camera that simplifies the creation of virtual reality content. With this camera, we can quickly capture video and photo, with direct wireless upload to Google Photos and YouTube. Also, the VR180 eliminates the need for specialized knowledge in virtual reality videography. It will also prevent us from having to purchase professional recording equipment.

Lenovo Mirage Camera, camera to create virtual reality content

The Lenovo Mirage Camera is the perfect complement to the Lenovo Mirage Solo. This camera with Daydream technology will allow us to create virtual reality content and then see it in the glasses. With this compact camera, we only have to point and shoot to create content in virtual reality. Also, the Lenovo Mirage Camera supports the YouTube VR180 video format.

On a technical level, the Lenovo Mirage Camera equips two 13 megapixel cameras with the fisheye format. That allows you to capture images at different angles to form a 3D effect. The two lenses also offer a field of vision of 180 x 180 degrees.

Launch Lenovo Mirage Camera features

As we said, the Lenovo Mirage Camera seeks to simplify to the maximum the creation of content in virtual reality. Looking for that simplicity, the device includes only three buttons: on, shot and function. It also includes three operating modes: photo, video and live broadcast. We can also connect to it with our smartphone using the WiFi Direct function.

Videos recorded with the Lenovo Mirage Camera can be viewed on YouTube without the need for any individual device. However, when we enjoy them the most, it will be if we have compatible virtual reality glasses. And just like regular videos, you can edit VR180 videos with programs like Adobe Premiere Pro.

Lenovo Mirage Camera launch Google

Lenovo Mirage Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 processor

In addition to the two annotated lenses, the Lenovo Mirage Camera includes a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 processor. That is accompanied by 2 GB of RAM and a removable battery. To store the content, we will have 16 GB of eMMC memory, but also a microSD slot that carries cards of up to 128 GB. Thanks to this powerful hardware, the camera offers up to two hours of continuous use recording high-resolution video.

And since part of Google’s technology has been used. So, Lenovo comes with the services of Google Photos and YouTube. We can also upload live broadcasts to our YouTube account directly from the camera.

The  Lenovo Mirage Camera will arrive in the second half of the year with a price still unknown.

Cherry MX Low Profile RGB: New switches for flat keyboards

For the past 30 years, Cherry has built almost unchanged keyboard blocks. At CES 2018, the Auerbach-based hardware manufacturer Cherry has shown new, 35-percent flatter switches. That will be used throughout the year in keyboards by Cherry itself as well as manufacturers such as Corsair and Ducky. Unlike their predecessors, they are also suitable for notebooks.

For the past 30 years, Cherry has made a name for itself with its signature mechanical switches. So, leaving the design in the fastest-moving industry of all time for nearly a third of a century.

Cherry MX
The flat Cherry switch (right) is suitable for notebook keyboards.

Now, the engineers from Auerbach want to have the favorite gamers Cherry feeling on significantly flatter switches with the name Cherry MX flatter Profile transferred. In engineering terms, this means linear shifting characteristics over the entire route and a required release force of 45 centi-Newton.

Instead of 18.5 mm, the new components are just over 12 mm high. Unlike the previous large switch opens when pressed down the round switch in contrast to the square predecessor no gap. So the flat switch is better protected against contamination.

Cherry developed the switch with gamers. Also, it should respond evenly from the center to the edge and compare to his predecessor need similar effort. At about 1.2 mm, the switch triggers. Overall, he can press down 3.2 mm, about 1 mm less than the high switches.

From about 1 mm, the Cherry MX triggers Low Profile.
With a switching distance of about 1 mm, the contact closes on the Cherry MX Low Profile.

The new design leaves room for an optional RGB LED, which distributes its light evenly across the entire switch via a trench. It allows 16.8 million colors. Through the driver software, these LEDs enable different illuminations.

As before, the MX Low Profile is available in different variants from red to brown to blue. The blue switch clicked when pressed down and was especially popular in the 80s. For the new switches, Cherry guarantees 50 million releases with consistent quality.

AEOLUS P1 Fan, CHIOME M1-240C liquid cooler and CYCLOPS X1-1200P power supply at CES 2018

GAMDIAS announced a new line of PC component products, including the AEOLUS fan case, the CHROME liquid cooler and the ASTRAPE power supply series at CES 2018. The big giant GAMDIAS will also launch AEOLUS Box, the perfect control box that is the icing on the components. GAMDIAS exhibited the latest RGB game chair and game gears. Also, Hades M1 will soon be launched, a new wireless gaming mouse. Let’s take a first look at these incredible products at CES 2018.

AEOLUS P1 Fan, CHIOME M1-240C liquid cooler and CYCLOPS X1-1200P power supply at CES 2018


For those who have been looking for the RGB masterpiece, AEOLUS P1 will bring you unique aesthetics without audio distraction. As 16.8 million colors of customizable lighting. That has become a necessary condition for players. Also, AEOLUS P1 comes with 18 LEDs of which color and brightness. That you can adjust separately by users with AEOLUS Box.

Gamdias CHIOME M1 240C

The speed and directions of the lighting effects can be controlled entirely according to your preference. What makes AEOLUS P1 stand out is the support of AEOLUS Box, which has eight ports for plugging fans; therefore, users can enjoy eight lighting effects simultaneously or create excellent group lighting accordingly. Further, The use of aerospace grade lubricant offers better protection against wear, friction, corrosion and the accumulation of carbon deposits. Therefore, AEOLUS P1 is an excellent gaming platform to increase the cooling performance of your PC.

CHIOME M1-240C liquid cooler

The latest liquid cooler-CHIOME M1-240C comes with a design in the pursuit of visual excellence. CHIOME M1-240C consists of two AEOLOUS P1 fan cases. That is intended for lighting customization. With AEOLUS Box, players can create their victory illuminations to their liking.

With the use of Teflon tube, copper baseplate and aerospace grade lubricant, CHIOME M1-240C covers durability, thermal conductivity, and silence all at once. CHIOME M1-240C has an intelligent PWM temperature control for superior thermal and noise management. Its extraordinary cooling performance is just what you need to become an experienced player!


CYCLOPS X1-1200P power supply

Also, the power supply performs a crucial role in a PC. So, the most knowledgeable users refer to the loss of energy and excess heat caused by the conversion, CYCLOPS X1- 1200P offers exceptional efficiency with the 80 PLUS Platinum certification. Guarantees up to 92% energy efficiency and generates less noise.

Gamdias CYCLOPS X1 1200

Also, CYCLOPS X1- 1200P is built with high-end components for unparallel stability and durability. The 100% Japanese capacitors not only provide a stable supply of electricity.

But the fully modular cables along with the drawings also allow users to maintain maximum airflow and cable management. Are you still looking for a power source with the best quality in its class? Covered by a 10-year warranty, CYCLOPS X1- 1200P guarantee for its robust power delivery.

Mirage Solo, the maturity of Google’s virtual reality

Google announces new VR product, Mirage Solo. They team up with Lenovo to create an autonomous mobile eyewear model. Google started with the basics, just a folded cardboard, and cheap glasses. Cardboard was born as its viral plan to raise awareness of the potential of virtual reality.

Mirage Solo and Mirage Camera 180 from Lenovo and Google presented at CES 2018.

What does Mirage Solo offer?

After spreading more than two million devices, the time has come to mature. They did it with two Daydream models, as they call their system, but they were still dependent on the mobile. With Mirage Solo, a lightweight helmet manufactured by Lenovo.


Only a day before Facebook confirmed that their glasses in this same category would be manufactured by Xiaomi. Clay Bavor, vice president of virtual reality and augmented in Google, emphasizes the importance of the launch: “We will be able to offer a better experience without using a phone. With quality. And also in the creation of content with Yi, his company specialized in cameras “. That was another one of the ads, a 180-degree camera.

Bavor believes that Mirage Solo is the most powerful and comfortable model. “You put it on, and it works.Also, the quality of the content is similar to that of the models connected to a mobile phone. Also, it has external sensors and space references “, he emphasizes.

As often happens with this technology, part of its success will depend on the adoption of developers and creators, even before consumers choose a specific platform. Bavor is aware of this: “We are working with developers to take full advantage of these technologies. A sample is a game based on Blade Runner that adds to a 250 application catalog. ” Added to this is the impressive YouTube catalog in this format, as well as Street View, to travel the streets as if they were in them.

Live Broadcasting

A fascinating point of Mirage Solo is its ability to broadcast what is seen so that contacts can see it on television at the same time.

Mirage Camera wants anyone to be able to keep their memories most realistically. The camera 180 degrees wish to be able to relive these situations again and again. “It’s so simple that anyone can use it,” they stress at Lenovo. It goes on sale now with 4K definition and Wi-Fi connection.

Bavor specified that this format would be native to Google Photos or YouTube, without the need for editing or changes. In this case, it is similar to how Facebook manages this same format. The camera has a Qualcomm 626 processor, the same as the most popular mid-high range phones. Both devices will arrive mid-year, presumably, during the Google I / O developer conference.

10 fascinating gadgets on CES 2018

CES is the place where tomorrow’s exciting technology appears. But there are also products that are more fun than sensible gadgets. Here are ten examples.

The machine that folds your clothes

Do you use Muttra over the sadness that turns out when you refuse laundry? Then maybe this product is something for you. Foldimate is a machine that folds the laundry for you and can do this in just four minutes. It’s big like a dishwasher and costs around 10,000 kronor. But can you put a price tag on the time you do not have to spend your laundry? Foldimate is expected to be available by the end of 2019, and it is unclear which markets apply.

A flying “car.”

It has long been talked about the self-driving car, and a lot of progress has been made in the area in recent years. But when Intel was to present its work in the field of CES, it was in the form of Volocopter, a self-flying helicopter that could transport people. It has already been tested and works, and if people think about kidding around in the air with a machine like a pilot, only that little obstacle, called legislation, remains. If we had problems with ordinary drones, you can just guess what concerns this would have.

  • 10 fascinating gadgets on CES 2018

    The self-flying helicopter Volocopter was shown under Intel’s presentation.

A smart clock is driven by your body heat

One of the latest product categories in the fashion world has been the smartwatches. They can be integrated with our other smart gadgets in different ways and help with various parts of our everyday lives, ranging from notifications to monitoring our progress in training. But a concern that all smart bells are pulled with is limited battery life.

That would like the company Matrix to change the clock Powerwatch X that uses thermoelectric charge from the user’s body heat to continually charge the battery.

The watch should be able to monitor your training and also receive notifications from the phone via Bluetooth. Powerwatch X will cost about $ 250 and will be shipped during the first quarter of this year, probably not to the Swedish market.

A thick clock charged through body heat? Good thought, unclear how good it is in practice.

Taxin takes to the clouds

Do you feel it’s under all criticism that all those futuristic hover cars from science fiction movies are not here yet? The company Bell Helicopter wants to change it and showed below the CES the helicopter, which at first glance looks like just a futuristic car. That is because the company only brought the cabin to the fair, the rotor blades and other equipment required actually to make it fly were not part of the exhibition. But for those who want to pretend to be in the Demolition Man, Blade Runner or Total Recall movie, maybe watching an eye on Bell Taxi in the future.

  • It’s formally odd sci-fi films from the 80’s and 90’s.

Nokia cleans your sleep

Do you feel difficult to fall asleep properly and lack enough information about how your rest actually works? Then Nokia Sleep may be something to invest in. The Finnish company introduced this smartly connected collection of sensors built into a mattress.

It can measure when you’re falling asleep, and thanks to home automation support through IFTTT, you can configure what’s happening in your smart home when you’re about to fall asleep. Perhaps you decrease the brightness of the lights slowly while the blinds are lowering and the temperature in the bedroom decreases gradually as this happens? The communication takes place over the wifi, and Nokia’s Health Mate Health Mate then evaluates how well your sleep has been.

Part of this is said to keep track of your snoring. Like most of the fair, Nokia Sleep will also be integrated with the Amazon Alexa voice assistant, so you’ll be able to wander to Alexa and wonder how well your sleep is. Nokia Sleep will be shipped during the first quarter of this year and will cost about $ 100, just over $ 1000.

With Nokia Sleep you may also be disapproved of the relaxation from the studies.

Say hi to smart socks

Everything is going to be smart; it’s quite clear. Mattresses, refrigerators, briefs, hair brushes … yes, there’s no end it seems like. An addition to the categories covered is now socks when the company Siren Care shows up just smart socks under CES. The idea behind Siren Care’s intelligent socks, however, is excellent.

The company wants to develop smart monitoring of our health. That integrates into our clothes that we always wear, more than our intelligent gadgets even. The first step becomes socks. And the idea here is that they will keep track of temperature changes in your feet. For example, to inform people with diabetes when something appears to be wrong and they should consult a doctor.

They mostly look like any socks, but a small bulging device communicates with an app on your phone. Where you can see temperature levels on your feet and if there are any warning signs you should check up. The socks must be machine washable and available via a subscription model. Every six months, Siren Care replaces the socks. It is unclear in which markets Siren Care’s products can be subscribed.

  • The technique below lets you know how hot your soles are actually.

Smart barbecue robots?

Robot vacuum cleaners and robot lawn mowers have many of us safely come into contact with, and several of us may own or suck for one. But a robot that cleans your grill may be something of a more niche product. In the barbecue party’s home country, the United States seems to have companies that believe in the idea, and at CES one is shown. If the next version can turn around the hamburgers and apply hamburger dressing, maybe we’ll be a bit more interested in the concept.

Earless earphones

Besides that, it might be fun to jump and scream “I’m Baseband” the first quarter or this product falls into the category “things we did not know it was asked for.” But bands are cordless headphones that are not placed over your ears. Instead, they are set around your skull and can convey sound to your ears anyway. First, Apple takes away the headphone game, and now the ears are removed from the equation as well. Where should this stop?

A genital product

Are you worried that phones, smart clocks, televisions, and other devices will shatter your most holy regions? Discard your concern; Spartan Underwear comes to rescue! These counters will protect your lower areas from 99 percent of all the radiation that is around you. What the remaining percentage is, we do not know. Maybe radiation from space, but it may be fixed in version two.

Weighing belt

It may sometimes be anxious to stand on the scale and see what effect the Christmas food has done. Or the shame factor in actually having to move a pair of holes back into the belt. If you want to increase the shame factor a couple of snaps too. You can start using the belt from the company Welt. The strap keeps track of and can balance your calorie intake. But most will offer two very particular messages about how far away from your goal you are.

Razer revives the hybrid computer with Project Linda

During CES 2018, Razer showed that the company’s first phone would form the basis of the hybrid processor, Project Linda.

The CES fair was filled with the breadth of exciting technology news. The majority of the press was about smart assistants, smart speakers, and smart home gadgets, but regular consumer gadgets were also featured, and such was Razer’s experimental project, Linda. Here, the company’s first phone combines Razer Phone with a portable computer dock.

The laptops in Project Linda have quite a few components inside. In addition to a battery that will suffice to charge the phone’s battery three times. It also includes 200 gigabytes of internal storage and ports for connecting USB accessories. Also, there is a USB Type-A, and a USB Type-C, as well as headphones via 3.5mm audio output. Also, the 13.3-inch screen and its resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels are entirely powered by the Razer Phone hardware.

  • Razer revives the hybrid computer with Project Linda

Razer revives the hybrid computer with Project Linda

The phone is connected to the dock via USB Type-C and placed where we place the mouse pad. Also, that is logical because the phone’s screen has use of mouse pad. According to reports from the fair trade floor, the phone screen as a mouse pad will not work very smoothly. But it is still a solution in the prototype stage and may be better until it becomes a commercial product.

The keyboard comes with RGB lighting, which is typical of the company’s accessories in the PC market. The style is reminiscent of the one used in the company’s laptops in the Razer Blade family. That comes with black and square aesthetics. The dock weighs 1.25 kilos with the phone.

Project Linda is still a concept. And Razer said that there are some bugs to fix, and features they hope to add in the final product. For example, the current screen does not support 120 Hz image update. That is the phone’s major selling point. Also, we do not know the releasing date of the gadget.

LIVA Q2, Liva Z2 and the Liva One SoC mini-PC with SoC Gemini Lake from ECS

ECS introduces LIVA Q2, Liva Z2, and the Liva One SoC mini-PC. In the mini-PC sector, there is the ultra-compact form factor (UCFF). That has left quite exciting models in the last couple of years. Thanks to improved performance and reduced consumption with the latest 14 nm lithographs, Intel’s Gemini Lake processors introduced last December will be ideal for these computers. The manufacturer ECS is a veteran of the mini-PC sector with its LIVA models. And at CES 2018 it presents a model that only measures 70 mm × 70 mm × 33.4 mm, the LIVA Q2.

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LIVA Q2, Liva Z2 and the Liva One SoC mini-PC with SoC Gemini Lake from ECS

These processors act as on-chip systems (SoC). Also including connectivity, and this model comes with two- and four-core processors. That is up to a Pentium Silver configurations, such as the J5005 quad-core 1.5-2.8 GHz with a UHD 605. Also, it comes with 2 or 4 GB of LPDDR4 memory, with 32 or 64 GB of eMMC type storage, micro-SD card reader, Bluetooth 4.1, 802.11 ac wifi. It also has an HDMI 2.0 port, a USB 2.0, and a USB 3.0 type C. Also, its price is $ 164 with 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, or $ 180 with a Windows 10 license.


Liva Z2 And Liva One SoC

Other mini-PCs with SoC of Gemini Lake type are the Liva Z2 and the Liva One SoC. The former already has a larger size, with 117 mm × 128 mm × 51 mm, and the second has 199.4 mm × 188.3 mm × 45 mm. The first one has two memory banks SO-DIMM type DDR4. The processor configuration is the same, as up to that JW5505 of 10 W of TDP. And the second has an M.2 slot and space for two 2.5-inch units.

The connectivity is varied, with the Liva Z2 we have three USB 3.0, two HDMI and a USB 3.0 C. And the Liva One SoC includes an HDMI, a VGA, two USB 3.0 and four USB 2.0, plus a COM port. The Liva Z2 will go on sale for about $ 225 with 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, or $ 240 with a Windows 10 license.