http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00U3FPN4U/ $100 for 8GB and remote $140 for 32GB and game controller (but no remote) Comparing to the new ATV: Supports 4K, sort of. "2160p up to 30fps" is what the specs say, so it's not HDMI 2.0. The spec has no mention of specific HDMI version. I wouldn't call that full 4K support. Still, I suppose those with 4K TVs today might be happy. Some will still complain it doesn't support HDR or 60fps in 4K. Also has 10/100 Ethernet and no optical out, similar to the new ATV. It has a Power VR GX6250 GPU. Which is a bit worse than the PowerVR GX6450 in the new ATV. Otherwise they look pretty comparable.