Look what happens when I take a few days off, Intel announes plans to market "internet appliances." Based on the Celeron processor and Linux OS, these "appliances" are expected to hit the $300 and under mark. Quoting EE times, "buffs who want access to the Web in different rooms of their homes" will mean different shapes and sizes for these appliances. "Some will have LCDs, some CRTs, some will be broadband-ready, some dial-up only. And some will have cordless phones attached."
All those who know what a video Toaster is, raise their hands ;-)