Neuros, known for its unusual but generally well-received audio-visual and HTPC components, has come out with the Neuros LINK. The LINK is currently a part of what's known as Neuros' Gamma Program (from the greek letter gamma, which follows beta), in which pre-production hardware is made available to the public. A no-questions asked, four-month return policy is also part of the $300 package deal, at least until it moves into production status.
The $300 linux-powered box comes with a wireless keyboard with trackball, for controlling the box while sitting on the couch. For those who wish to provide their own interface solution, you can purchase the Link sans "keymote" for fifty bucks less. LINK allows customers to steram a variety of audio and video sources from all over the internet and/or network, straight to your TV.
The box offers the following specifications. Unfortunately, we don't know all the hardware in it, yet:
What's cool about this (other than that it's inherently awesome) is that Neuros is offering a bunch of bounties to run up interest:
the Neuros LINK, direct from Neuros.
Neuros blog posting discussing the bounties
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