Have you heard about that Eee Keyboard that was presented by ASUS during their CES 2009 press conference? For those who missed the big revelation, the ASUS Eee Keyboard is something to look forward to because it is not just an ordinary keyboard; it is actually a full-sized keyboard with a PC attached rather than the other way around. Yes, the Eee Keyboard is a complete functional computer that you can use to surf the web, check email, Skype, or write texts.
Now let’s talk about the specs. Flat Mac-like keys and a 5-inch LCD display with touchscreen capability sit atop a very thin keyboard frame. Other specs include Atom N270 or N330 CPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB solid state drive (SSD), Bluetooth, Ethernet port, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, built-in microphone and speakers, VGA output, HDMI output, 4-in-1 memory card reader, and USB 2.0 ports. This device’s operating system is Windows XP Home Edition and it weighs less than 2 pounds.
Initially revealed in January, this Eee PC keyboard will begin shipping in May or June this year, as announced by ASUS. And oh, by the way, ASUS is working on two versions of this keyboard PC, one wired and one wireless — but both will be outfitted with the same features. The wired version will cost $400 while you can get the wireless version for around $600.
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