engadget has 2 posts about Zonbu, a mini-PC based on Linux with no hard drive (1st and 2nd posts). The $99 system is sold with a 2 year subscription service (of $12.95/mo) that includes 25GB of storage on Amazon S3. Seems like a new way to get cheap service, but it still needs Internet Access apparently.
What's the selling point? It's green - low power usage: PCmag reports: "It used 8W in standby and 11W in use playing DVDs or making a Skype call, using our Kill-A-Watt power monitor."
If this thing had wi-fi enabled and a 10" LCD screen, it could be a great idea for Muni Wi-Fi networks.