Chumby’s FunBox revealed in FCC filings
You’re looking at the FunBox, the latest offering from Chumby Industries, Inc. The device won approval today from the FCC for its WiFi capabilities.
Unlike Chumby’s original plush Chumby, the FunBox takes a more traditional alarm clock form factor. The device features a 3.5-inch touch screen, rear USB port and what appears to be a large snooze button on its top. There also appears to be a dial on the right side of the FunBox, although we’re not exactly sure what this dial does. The FunBox is expected to rely on a 454MHz ARM processor and 64MB of SDRAM. The FunBox runs Chumby’s open source OS, which currently features over 1,500 apps, including Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Pandora.
No word on pricing or availability.