ASUS has again wooed the crowd with its Eee Keyboard in the recent CeBIT in Hanover, Germany after its first appearance in CES early this year. Unlike those conventional and normal keyboards, the slim and elegant Eee Keyboard is a computer by itself. Featuring a 5-inch and 800×600 touchpad, the Eee Keyboard PC operates under the Windows XP Home Edition. This computer is powered by Intel processor and chipset, Atom N270/N330 and 945GCSE + ICH7-M.

Besides, the slim device weighing only 900g also houses a 16GB SSD (or 32GB SSD), 1GB of DDR2 on-board memory, built-in high-quality stereo speaker and a microphone, USB 2.0 ports, HDMI and LAN RJ-45 I/O ports, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.


Ideally, this unique keyboard complements a Home Entertainment system but is not really meant for general use. Due to its slim design and lightness in weight, it can be easily mounted on any LCD TV or monitor and allows users to enjoy High-Definition content via its HDMI output. The Eee Keyboard is priced around $600.