This is close to be sexy. But 128 MiB of RAM? Perhaps this is still enough in the ARM ecosystem. It seems likely this is closer to an accessible smartphone experience rather than a full computing one.
I'll get away from the third-world thing since that's a dead horse now, but this is basically the same attitude I was speaking about earlier. I realize 128MB might sound small to "you kids" but good lord, it is a lot of memory. This may pale by today's standards, but this little $25 device is literally 3 times the computer that was the one my family first bought, circa 1998. As I recall, that computer ran my word processor, internet browser, spreadsheets, development environment and games like Quake, Half-Life, Age of Empires and Diablo just fine.
This isn't an attack on Krohm at all -- its just a simple question really: Why do we dismiss such a device simply because it sounds meek compared to today's full-blown PCs and laptops? I mean, we went to the moon with what was essentially a pocket-calculator, and all the chips that keep you comfortable and safe as you ride in your car are probably a few tens of megahertz.
Progress is great and all, but it doesn't have to be dragged down into every application