Check out this tiny mini PC kit, the Ybox2 Diy Mini Network PC.
Now you can build your own mini PC which will fit inside a tiny tin.
The ybox2 is a simple network computer system that you can solder together in an afternoon. Based around the multiprocessing Parallax Propeller Chip, the designers of the ybox2 added a built-in Ethernet controller, video output, infrared remote control sensor, full-color status LED, and even a piezo speaker.
Here’s a video of it in action.
Here’s the specs.
- Build your own tiny PC and make it do your bidding!
- Connect it to ethernet and upload your programs over HTTP
- Easy composite video output allows you to connect the YBox2 to any standard TV or composite monitor
- Program with the built in high-level language “Spin” or assembly language
- 8-core 80MHz CPU
- 32K RAM
- 32K Flash (well, technically 64, but half of that is reserved)
- Ethernet port
- Composite video output
- Infrared remote control for set-top use
- Full-color status LED
- Built-in piezoelectric speaker
- Printed circuit board and all the components you need to build the ybox2
The Ybox2 DIY Mini Network PC is available for $74.99 from Think Geek.