In any case, I'm holding a torch for the nVidia ION platform, can't wait to see commercial products based on it. The demo unit was on a pico-ITX board, literally fits in the palm of your hand! If nVidia price it appropriately (based on the known costs of the Atom and the 9400M core), it should make for easily the cheapest and smallest MD ever!! Plus it has kick arse graphics (only marginally sub-7300GT for pixel fil, and nearly twice that for texels) plus PV... with more support for hardware decoding under Linux for 8xxx and 9xxx, this could be a watershed...!
(btw, rumours that Intel were going to refuse to sell Atoms without the associated Intel chipset, making this ION platform impractical commerically, are false. Intel have refuted it, and have made it clear they are more than happy to sell Atoms on their own)