Touch Revolution has developed a board it calls the NIM1000; effectively an Android tablet without a case. It can be dropped into just about anything you like and, while representatives from the company coyly indicated that it's already being used today in an unidentified medical device found in operating rooms, no consumer
devices are being made that actually use the thing. So, that's a little disappointing for those of us who don't put on a set of scrubs in the morning, but the company obviously hopes that'll change soon. After playing with Android on a refrigerator, microwave, landline phone, printer, and a washing machine, oddly we do too.