What is a Chumby? It's a really small wi-fi networked computer that looks like an odd bedside alarm clock. It has a LCD touchscreen, is almost completely open source, can be extended/customized, and you can make Flash Lite 3 apps to run on it. The Flash Lite 3 was one of the big sellers for me - I'm excited to see what I can do with it, especially since I haven't spent much time developing with Flash Lite before. Oh, and it'll work perfectly with SWX!
Engadget has a nice hands-on post from a pre-production model with lots of photos, but here are some stats from the Chumby website:
Wi-fi connectivity â€¢ access to the free Chumby Network â€¢ 3.5" LCD color touchscreen â€¢ two external USB 2.0 full-speed ports â€¢ 350 MHz ARM processor â€¢ 64 MB SDRAM â€¢ 64 MB NAND flash ROM â€¢ stereo 2W speakers â€¢ headphone output â€¢ squeeze sensor â€¢ accelerometer (motion sensor) â€¢ leather casing â€¢ AC adapter included
I'll be sure to post more details and photos once it arrives.