It's got little feet on it so it is supposed to sit somewhere and it has a nice finish so it is something that you would put in the open. I'm thinking NAS drive/TV box/cloud thingy running android using a nexus 7 as the remote.
OK. Given the size of the +ASUS logo, this appears to be a fairly small device. There are feet on the bottom, which necessitates some.sort of set top box. The only.question remaining is what OS it runs... I'll guess... iOS. No! I'm going with Chrome.
It is a solid carving from a block of aluminium with a single light and button on the frount face.
The cube 12x12x12" is finished on all 6 sides in the same minimalist logo and pattern as shown in the photo designed by the great italian visionary Aru Duthiko.
A single charge to the 'OmFG 911' will last roughly 60 days.
The user experiance has been described as 'totaly sublime' by many people. When the tactile power button softly powers the unit on, the effect produced by the soft glow of the single led is enhanced by the subtle and almost inaudible hum emerging from inside the device.
One critic has been quoted as saying "it is not the fact that the 'OmFG 911' does nothing but hum softly with a tiny glowing light, it is the simple fact that its crisp clean cut design does it with a style and ease not seen since the iPhone was first released"
The 'OmFG 911' or simply known as 'the cube' will retail at $990 with a special offer of $600 if you trade in your iPhone.
With such simplistic style and elegance... who can resist?