I could get in a lot of trouble with our marketing crew for making this post, so hopefully they don't see it. But I think it's important to share early since it's a product that was derived from serious community involvement, picking up where the Spinneret left off (and no, it won't be EOL'd). We can thank the collaboration between Tom Cantrell (Microfuture), David Kim (WizNet USA), MikeG, Nick McClanahan (Gadget Gangster), and a long list of 45 Parallax people for bringing this one to market. Why so many people? They each have a special role to make this one a success!
What is it? A fully-functional reference design to connect your Propeller to the internet. Send e-mail, serve a web page, and control the Propeller I/Os over the web. And it's a high-speed circuit around the W5200. How does it do it? Easily! Thanks to the programming giants, people like myself can just modify the top level file to do what we want to do. You've seen the hard work be accomplished on several threads in these forums, and probably contributed yourself (I'll ask MikeG to identify contributors so I can send them one of these for free). Thank you to everybody who has contributed to the objects underneath.
This obviously has a bunch of uses. For production customers, we want to support their Propeller product designs with quick-development efforts by adding internet control to their designs. It's a common request among our top customers with products in renewable energy, user-interface systems, and automation so they should be happy. And WizNet is a fine partner to provide this chip. It's available at a very low price from your favorite big distributors.
There's a Parallax Semiconductor AppNote in process, to be released before Christmas with the hardware.
And this design is open-source. I don't know the price of the board yet.