As hardware rumors in Google’s corner of the world continue to whirl about, one thing is for certain, the GFHD100 “set-top box” has surfaced over at the FCC and is indeed real. Check out the pic above and note that there is a “Google Fiber” label on the device most likely suggesting this is part of the video services roll-out in Kansas. In addition, the hardware reveals that it’s being built for Google by Humax. The MAC address on the device is registered with the search giant themselves and will also be equipped with USB, Ethernet, WiFi, IR and HDMI ports as well as an Ethernet coax bridge very remiscent of the devices chosen by Verizon for their FiOS service. As of now, the bottom of the device is the only view we have but it’s only a matter of time before more pics surface, revealing its entire design. Feel free to rummage through the FCC filing yourself and drop a comment or two below.