Ganesh T S at AnandTech reviews the “ECS LIVA Z Fanless Dual-LAN Apollo Lake UCFF PC” using BAPCo’s NEW SYSmark 2014 SE.
According to AnandTech, “The scores are what one would expect from an Atom-class CPU. On the performance per dollar front, systems like the ECS LIVA Z may turn out to be the right choice (particulary if the workloads are not time-critical). In any case, we do see a definite improvement in the Apollo Lake Celeron N3350-based ECS LIVA Z over the Braswell Celeron N3000-based ASRock Beebox N3000-NUC. Note, however, that the Intel Celeron N3000 has a 4W TDP, while the N3350 has a 6W TDP.”
Head on over to AnandTech for the full “ECS LIVA Z Fanless Dual-LAN Apollo Lake UCFF PC” Review here.