The Israeli company Solid-Run presented the prototype of that which could be the smallest Media Center computer in the world. Called Cubox, the 3.2 cm cubic box is actually a full computer, equipped with an ARM processor Marvell Armada 800 MHz, 1GB of DDR 3 memory and a GPU with OpenGL.
Despite its size, the small Cubox impresses with connectivity, with Ethernet interface, two USB ports, eSata, infra-red receiver, micro USB port and even HDMI. During demonstrations, the machine was fully capable of serving as a Media Center, XBMC application running on the Ubuntu distribution of Linux.
For storage, Cubox has an entry for Micro SD memory cards. Moreover can be connected to the TV to serve as an entertainment center, Solid-Run says the computer can be useful as a set-top box and a storage unit connected to the network or even as a testbed for systems Android. The Cubox can be purchased via order at the price of U.S. $ 135.00.