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Doing things like this or turn it into a portable game emulator. It wasn't the selling point, but that would be something I would buy and hack around on it for. Also can probably get DLNA working with it to stream media to DLNA supported devices. If you don't have any programming skills (or aren't interested enough to learn) you probably won't find the Nexus Q to be overly fun/interesting at the moment unless you really want a $300 dollar music player. If you want something prepackaged and does what the Q does on the user level + plays any kind of media, then something like this does the job for over $125 less.
 

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Hell if you just want to stream local media, get a raspberry pi for $35 and throw the XBMC port on it.
Lacks hard drive space, but yeah, that's the cheapest solution. The one I linked comes with a 1tb hard drive built in.
 
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