The ASUS EeeKeyboard is the anti-iPad. It’s portable in so far as you can move around one room with it. Instead of no keyboard, it’s pretty much all keyboard. It runs windows, and it definitely can’t be used ostentatiously to look cool in an overpriced coffee shop. Why get it?
Because in this uncertain time of the melding of the medias – at a time when you can access Break Media Network content on your phones, televisions, iPads, and even on city busses in Los Angeles, everybody is clambering to be the all-in-one media device. And, frankly, the iPad is close, but if you want something to simply run in your living room, the ASUS EeeKeyboard is the ticket. It is, as yet, unreleased, but will sell for $600.
- Intel Atom N270; 1GB DDR2 RAM; MS Windows XP Home
- Ultra Wide Band built in transmitter and exernal reciever; WLAN 802.11 b/g/n; 10/100/1000 LAN; Bluetooth V2.1
- 5" 800×480 LED multi-touch display
- 16GB SSD
- HDMI out from keyboard and UWB receiver; VGA out; 3xUSB 2.0