Lately I've been considering some options for a low-cost, lower-power home web/file server. How cool would it be if Apple released a tiny server similar to the Apple TV? Most personal and small business websites don't require a huge amount of horsepower. Apple could release a micro server in an Apple TV looking package with an A6 chip (which runs at what, between 1-1.5GHz?), 1GB ram (or maybe 2?), 16/32GB flash storage, BT, ethernet, USB, etc. It could run a "lite" version of OS X server, and retail in the $199-249 range. Wouldn't you think that a lot of small companies and geeks would pick up something like this? It's a lot cheaper and power efficient than a Mac Mini file server, even if it cost $299. Sure they probably wouldn't sell a huge amount of thembut I think they could do it relatively cheap since it's just a juiced up Apple TV with some extra software. They already make the speedier components for the iPhone and iPad. Another idea that I had was to go the unofficial route. I don't keep up on Apple TV hacks, but I did a brief search the other day and came across a web server that you can install on Apple TV 2. The article said that it might have problems with MYSQL databases since it only has 256MB of ram. My question is this: would something like that run sufficiently on an Apple TV 3 since it has 512MB of ram? I can't imagine my current Hostgator shared package has any more than that. I heard that a jailbreak is coming soonis this correct? Obviously 8GB flash storage isn't ideal, but usable in some situations. And if an external USB drive could be used then that would be usable for a file server and for a personal or small business website using WordPress, correct?