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ASUS Eee Keyboard gets early review, breakdown [Video]

ASUS Eee Keyboard gets early review, breakdown [Video]

We're still waiting for an official release for ASUS' Eee Keyboard - the latest we hear is that it should drop sometime in August - but that hasn't stopped French site Blogeee from getting their hands on one.  Rather than cherish it for the rarity it is, they've decided to open the Keyboard up and find out what's making it tick inside.

Video demo after the cut

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ASUS Eee Keyboard delayed until August

ASUS Eee Keyboard delayed until August

After telling us - and then telling us again - that the Eee Keyboard would arrive this month, ASUS are now promising their nettop-in-a-keyboard will actually drop in August 2009.  Rather than blaming manufacturing delays or last-minute firmware tweaks, ASUS claim the Eee Keyboard - which squeezes in an HD capable nettop and 5-inch touchscreen - was in fact held back while they attempted to define a niche for it to sit in.

ASUS Eee Keyboard gets Moblin [Video]

ASUS Eee Keyboard gets Moblin [Video]

ASUS have been showing off their Eee Keyboard since CES back in January, but until now it's always been demonstrated running Windows XP.  Now the Eee Keyboard - which has a 5-inch touchscreen and is intended to function as a media PC - has been given a shot of Moblin, Intel's Linux-based OS.

 

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ASUS reconfirm Eee Keyboard June launch

ASUS reconfirm Eee Keyboard June launch

ASUS have apparently reconfirmed their plans to launch the Eee Keyboard by the end of June 2009, with an official launch taking place at Computex next month.  The ASUS Eee Keyboard packs an Intel Atom-based nettop PC into a keyboard chassis, pairing it with a 5-inch touchscreen, for lounge use; back in March the company first revealed they were planning a June launch with a $400 price tag.

ASUS Eee Keyboard video touchscreen demo

ASUS Eee Keyboard video touchscreen demo

ASUS' Eee Keyboard remains one of the more interesting diversions in the Eee PC line-up, and in advance of the all-in-one media PC's June launch we're scouting out all the video of it we can.  UMPC Portal caught up with the Eee Keyboard back at CeBIT and gave us a good all-round video overview.

Video hands-on after the cut

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ASUS Eee PC Keyboard landing June from $400

ASUS Eee PC Keyboard landing June from $400

ASUS are planning two versions of the ASUS Eee PC Keyboard, one using wired HDMI and the other featuring Wireless HDMI, according to company chairman Jonney Shih.  The ASUS Eee PC Keyboard - which builds an Intel-powered nettop into a QWERTY keyboard, along with a 5-inch touchscreen, and is intended for multimedia use - is on target for a Q2 2009 launch, with Shih suggesting June was most likely.

ASUS Eee Keyboard hands-on & specs

ASUS Eee Keyboard hands-on & specs

As expected, ASUS brought along the latest version of their Eee Keyboard to CeBIT, and we had a quick catch-up with the innovative hardware.  Packing a nettop PC inside a QWERTY 'board, together with a 5-inch touchscreen, ASUS also confirmed the Eee Keyboard's current hardware specs.

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CES 2009: ASUS Eee Keyboard touchscreen close-up

CES 2009: ASUS Eee Keyboard touchscreen close-up

Of all the new products ASUS announced at CES today, the Eee Keyboard is one of the most interesting.  A full computer built into a QWERTY keyboard, as well as Ultrawideband HDMI and WiFi b/g/n, it also has a 5-inch touchscreen for shortcuts, media browsing and use as a virtual mouse.  While just a prototype at the moment, ASUS were cagey about its potential for market availability; SlashGear spent some more close-up time to see exactly what that touch-display can do.

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CES 2009: ASUS Eee Keyboard with integrated touchscreen

CES 2009: ASUS Eee Keyboard with integrated touchscreen

ASUS today unveiled the Eee Keyboard, a full nettop computer built into a keyboard form-factor.  The keyboard, which resembles that supplied with the Eee Top touchscreen nettop, also has a 5-inch display on the right-hand side, together with Ultrawideband HDMI connectivity.

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