Favi called the RIOLED-V a hybrid netbook/media-player/projector - it uses Linux to run a series of web apps (such as YouTube, Flickr, Picasa, Yahoo news and weather, Email, a web browser, and more). It's got Wi-Fi, and also USB and A/V connectors. It has built-in memory (not sure how much) and a SD/MMC card reader. It also includes a remote.
It should ship in late February or early march, we do not know the price yet. Via PC Mag