You won't be running Photoshop on it any time soon, but for the price, that's not surprising. Instead, the Chip Computer is aimed at tinkerers and others looking for a bare-bones system that can get you on the web, play media, and even run rudimentary games. This tiny single-board system is powered by a 1Ghz processor, and offers 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth built-in, and an open source operating system. In addition, you can add-on VGA or HDMI adapters, run it off a battery pack, or even install it into a pre-configured, Game Boy-like case for on-the-go use. Not bad for something roughly the size of a couple AA batteries that costs less than a good pizza.