http://www.geek.com/articles/games/...braben-creates-a-usb-stick-pc-for-25-2011055/ “Braben has developed a tiny USB stick PC that has a HDMI port in one end and a USB port on the other. You plug it into a HDMI socket and then connect a keyboard via the USB port giving you a fully functioning machine running a version of Linux. The cost? $25. The hardware being offered is no slouch either. It uses a 700MHz ARM11 processor coupled with 128MB of RAM and runs OpenGL ES 2.0 allowing for decent graphics performance with 1080p output confirmed. Storage is catered for by an SD card slot.” IMO, this would be great for educational systems and the like. Though, I believe it needs a little refining, obvioulsy. I'd like to see a built in ethernet port, or even wifi, so a USB one wouldn't be required. Also, maybe an extra USB port so a keyboard and mouse could be connected without needing a hub. Yes, all of this would drive up costs and make it slightly bigger, but should still keep the price under $50 and vastly increase functionality, and the cost to the end user wouldn't really change since you have to buy a USB hub and USB NIC anyway. I think these would also make great workstations in government centers/libraries/schools and even business as well.