But now it looks like Google may be getting ready to launch a new media player. A device called the Google H840 showed up at the FCC this week, and while details are scarce, it’s described as a device that “functions as a media player.”
There are no pictures, specs, instruction manuals, or even drawings at the FCC website. But the test reports show that the device supports 802.11b/g/n WiFi.
It’s also been tested while hooked up to a Dell 24 inch monitor, which suggests that this isn’t a phone, tablet, or iPod touch-like device.
The only other thing we know is that while this is described as an H840 Device, it actually has a model number of H2G2-42.