The MSI Windbox is an interesting variation on the netbook-turned-PC concept: it’s basically a stock MSI Wind without a display, meant to be strapped behind a VESA display of somekind. Otherwise, the specs are the same as always, for which I have set up a TextPander script: 1.6 GHz Atom, 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive. It’s actually a rather cool idea, but there’s no HDMI out, and as Slashgear notes, that is a missed trick: this could be marketed as a very cheap Media Center Expander if it had one. Price when released will be roughly at around $260.
VESA-mounted fanless nettop [Slashgear]