Less than 1 year ago a startup called Chumby began handing small squeezable Internet-ready devices at the Foo Con in Sebastopol, Cal. Recently, they have begun prepping the final version, which features some updated specs and features.
This small alarm-clock-type thing packs a 350MHz CPU, 32MB RAM, 64MB flash ROM, Wi-Fi, 320×240 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, speakers, audio output, microphone and two USB ports. It also features motion and squeeze sensors.
Although it comes with a slew of widgets from sites like Flickr, customers are encouraged to take advantage of their Chumby by hacking and modifying it to their hearts content.