You may have heard about the new super-cheap PC called the Cherrypal. It's essentially an ASUSTeK Eee PC, only without the monitor, keyboard or mouse. Very limited storage, just a 4MB flash drive. When you buy a Cherrypal, you also get a 50MB online storage account. Just login and access your files that way. Cloud computing is the future. Right?
The Cherrypal is about $250.00. It only has two USB ports, so if you have a mouse and keyboard hooked in I am not sure how you're supposed to be able to transfer pictures from your camera or hook up your iPod to download tunes. The bigger question is what happens to your free 50MB storage account when Cherrypal goes out of business? Before you say it won't happen, remember that the history of personal computing is riddled with failed companies.