It's been about a year since A.C. Ryan Shrinky Dink'd its Playon!HD to make the Mini media player
, and now another generation is upon us. Relying on the Intel Atom CE4150 processor, the same little beauty humming away in Google TV
devices, along with 1GB of DDR3 memory, it's capable of connecting via gigabit Ethernet or (optional) 802.11n wireless to stream 1080p media over the network, or pull it from an internal SATAII drive bay. Video output options include component, composite, and HDMI 1.3a, while there's also an optical audio port if you're still into that sort of thing. What it sadly doesn't have is Google TV itself, nor an MSRP, nor a release date, but perhaps that info can be gleaned at a little media event
happening this week.