I've been keeping an eye on the Crunchpad for some time now. Essentially a device to make browsing round the home truly enjoyable, it's something that would fit in well round here. I find that one of my laptops/netbooks whatever is on constant web browser duty; it would be nice to have something built for the task with excellent battery life.
The crunchpad is shaping up to be a device that looks more like something apple might make (or is), with its sleek lines and lack of visible controls. Now they just need to get it to market and at a sensible price, it can't be too low with a touch screen (capacitive?) and aluminium body but a sub £200 figure would keep it below most netbooks and possibly find it a home with me.