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Basically it's pretty much like a stripped down version of this kit here

http://store.voyage.hk/KMPD3a.php?id=103

DB9 serial port = gone

3 LAN ports = gone

12V DC input = to be replaced with 5V USB charging for internal battery

AMD G series T40N = to be replaced with ARM-based SoC from RockChip / Allwinner / Mediatek etc.

Mini PCI-e slots = one for Wi-Fi and the other one could be optional



The software part should be already taken care of

http://mubox.voyage.hk

http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.linux.distributions.voyage.general/7354

1TB Samsung MZ-MTE1T0BW (mSATA SSD) should be coming soon for just a bit more than 600 bucks

http://www.valleyseek.com/samsung-electronics-america-mz-mte1t0bw-samsung-mz-mte1t0bw-840-evo-series-1tb-2-5-msataiii-internal-ssd-single-unit/store/show_item/374474

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1023896-REG/Samsung_MZ_MTE1T0BW_843_Evo_1TB_SSD.html

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=37030127368

Review of this 3.3V/1.6A SSD

http://www.storagereview.com/samsung_840_evo_msata_ssd_review



We've been talking about a tiny little music server to match Chord Hugo lately

http://www.head-fi.org/t/698455/chord-hugo-preview-report/210



So all we need should be someone who's interested in making a little board capable of running MuBox.

And how much are we willing to pay for everything? It doesn't have to be > $600 for 1TB right away, something smaller like 480GB from Crucial could cost less than $300.

Where do we start now? Thanks.