Looks great and powered by Linux operating system :)
According to the register hardware web site:
Asus will finally launch the desktop version of its elfin Eee PC early next month. Once dubbed the E-DT, the unit is set to retail as the Ebox, we understand.
The rather Wii-style Eee will incorporate a 2GB of memory and a 160GB hard drive, we hear, but for now Asus is keeping the full spec to itself.
(Fig. 01: Asus' Ebox: Wii-like design)
The expected retail prices is likely to set between US $200-$300.
=> Asus to release desktop Eee PC as Ebox
Asus is extending the idea of Low-cost Linux based computer and gadgets to desktop PCs, TVs, and Monitors.
Asus has named the upcoming additions to its Eee PC family of low-cost computers, soon to be augmented with a small form-factor desktop machine, an all-in-one system and a TV. The details are as follows:
a) E-DT - Desktop PC, No Monitor - Cost between $200-300.
b) E-Monitor - 19-21" screen all in one desktop computer like iMac - Cost around $499.
c) E-TV - 42" Plasma with computer technology on board running Linux.
More information available here. What do you thing? Would you go for such cheap TV / Pc?