Foxconn has announced the latest device to fall under its own banner - the Foxconn NT-A3500.
If the name doesn't ring a bell, you may be surprised to find out that you're perhaps more familiar with the Chinese manufacturer than you think - you probably even own a device or two that it has made.
And that's because Foxconn is Apple's manufacturer of choice - and its plant in Shenzhen is where iPhones and iPads are knocked up for the fanboy masses.
But it also makes its own products too, like the NT-A3500, which replaces its older nettop - the NT-330i.
And it's twice the power of its predecessor, whilst at the same time it uses significantly less power.
The barebones system packs a 1.6GHz AMD E350 dual core, coupled with the AMD A45 chipset. It also boasts the new AMD Fusion APU with built-in Radeon HD 6310 graphics, so should be more than capable of pumping out 1080p video.
The system also includes USB 3.0, Wireless-N and support for up to 4GB of DDR3 memory.
It's out in May in Europe, no word on pricing as of yet.