I have a <a href="http://www.televideo.com/home/">Televideo</a> <a href="http://www.televideo.com/pdf/TC7380.pdf">TC7380</a> Windows CE Thin-client workstation. Mine is the model with the integrated 802.11b wireless NIC.

It's a CE-based thin-client workstation, and boots off an 8MB DOC which is surface-mount soldered to the motherboard. The processor is a MediaGX GX1, which is x86 compatible. There's an IDE header on the motherboard, but so far I haven't been able to get it to boot off that.

It has onboard 10/100 ethernet, 802.11b wireless, USB, sound, serial, parallel, etc, plus a 15" TFT display with what looks like a standard 44-pin interface to the motherboard. It's a nice small unit, and I was going to hack it to run something other than CE, but I don't have the time or energy. Like I said, there seems to be a 44-pin IDE header on the motherboard, and I bet there's an easy way to boot off it, but I haven't figured it out.

If nothing else, the display is pretty sweet, and everything is brand new. I'd like to do something with it, but it's just sort of sitting around right now, so if anybody is interested, make me an offer. If I get a decent enough offer, I may as well get rid of it, as I could use the money.