Microsoft is now selling a ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 Desktop PC in its Store to facilitate Windows on ARM development. (You may remember this machine by its former name--the Snapdragon Development Kit.)
Unfortunately, there isn't a lot of information on the Internet about this machine in one spot and the manufacturer is not very forthcoming with information. So I ordered one and opened it up, so you don't have to.
Scanned paper copy (QC710_QuickStart_11182021_600.pdf). Not worth slicing up or reading.
Digital copy (QC710_UM_11242020.2.pdf). ECS assures me this is applicable to the ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710.
|Dimensions||119mm width x 116.6mm height x 35mm depth|
|Power||SunWard 30W USB-C Wall Charger with Power Delivery (PD) (UL Listed)|
|Energy Star||Energy Star Computers Specification Version 8.0 (not certified)|
|Case Screws||4 x Phillips 4mm x 6mm, under rubber ring|
|Processor||Qualcomm SC7180 (7c)|
|Memory||LPDDR4X Dual-channel 16-bit (32-bit) @ 2133 MHz[2:2], up to 4GB|
|Modem||X15 LTE (800 Mbit/s down, 150 Mbit/s up, theoretical)[2:3]|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 5, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ad/ax, GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, QZSS, SBAS, NavIC; USB 3.1; eMMC 5.1, UFS 3.0[2:4]|
|Storage||eMMC 5.1, up to 64GB|
The ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 Desktop ships with customized Windows 10 Home (19043.928) out of the box and requires the out-of-box experience to be completed before use.