Pocket-Lint: The Chromebox is actually a very good idea. Between them, Samsung and Google are trying to make a computer that costs less than a normal PC, but still offered access to the world of cloud computing.
How well it has succeeded probably depends on what you need in a computer. The Chromebox has plenty of connectivity options, including an impressive two DisplayPort connections, and a DVI port. There are six USB ports too - four on the back, two on the front - so you can hook up pretty much everything you could ever need. Ethernet is provided too, and runs at Gigabit speeds, which we're very pleased to see on a device so reliant on networking. There's Wi-Fi too, up to 802.11n speeds for those who don't want to use cables.