It could be nice, with hardware acceleration (like ARM Jazelle), but Java programs sometimes doesn't work so well as you could think. Yesterday Linus Torvalds just said: "I'm tired of java programs that don't work"
There are many monitor like that on internet, I think that is not very useful. A list with easy-to-use/cool addons for the Raspberry could be interesting: for example, I would like to see (and buy) a little touchscreen monitor powered by usb
If the Raspberry goes with 6-20 V, how could be possible that the BCM2835 could use an usb port as host, if usb power is 5 V? I'm a bit confused, and I would really like to power the RaspberryPi pc using the usb port
I found some solar panel (33 g / 5.5 V / max 180 mA / 15.5% efficiency) for 5,5 €. Would be cool take four of those, connect them with a battery with Raspberry Pi. With a little usb keyboard it could be easily used as mp3 player
<t>It would be great to have a free driver. I don't believe that closing the driver is a good way to protect technology: both Intel and AMD provides official opensource driver, and for Nvidia cards there's a community project called nouveau, which has 2d and 3d acceleration. It's sad that Linux actu...