For $37, you can get an Odroid C1 from their official North American supplier (or other site). Some specs: 1.5GHz quad-core CPU, dual-core GPU, 1GB RAM 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet with RJ-45 LAN jack Runs XUbuntu More info: http://ameridroid.com/products/odroid-c1 You have to supply your own power supply ($6 from same supplier), microSD or eMMC card, HDMI cable, microHDMI adapter, case ($5 from same supplier), and clock battery ($3, for when the power goes out). Plus shipping. I'm planning on getting the next level up, the U3, pre-installed XUbuntu 14.04 on a 32gig fast eMMC card. It's got 2 gigs of ram and weighs 50g. I don't know if it can really run XF for real, and I'm mostly just getting it to have a linux box to play with. I'm thinking of running it without a display and just programming and installing software via SSH. But I'm pretty tickled by the overall deal. Even with the case on, the dimensions will be 87 x 52 x 29mm, and power consumption is on the order of 2-4 watts. Anyone tried this? Thoughts?