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  1. I know nothing of consumer electronics outside of PC. I have a hunch a device like this is already out there, but I have no idea that it exists. Just like how I didn't know selfie sticks were a thing until 3 weeks ago. I am looking for a device that can sit on a bookshelf that can play music, either stored on itself or from a networked drive. It must also be able to browse Youtube. It must be able to output analog audio (by 3.5mm), since I'll be hooking it up to an amp and home theatre system. It should also be low-powered, I don't feel like putting my old laptop there and wasting 30W just to play the State Anthem of the Soviet Union. Bonus points if I can control it from a Windows PC (by means of a thin client or something). I prefer to buy something used for cheap. I am essentially looking for a giant ipod with wifi and proper typing interface. I've never used a touchscreen device of any sort, so I can't comment on whether my preference for physical keyboard (over a touchscreen keyboard) would be a major factor. What do I get? A cheap, used Android tablet? A netbook PC? I am 100% okay with a DIY solution, as long as it doesn't require extensive hardware modding.
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