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Asus Eee Keyboard


$500.00 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:A great idea - a full X86 computer built into a full size keyboard. WiFi. Quiet.

The Cons:Limited battery life - 4 hours original claim, tested to only last 1hr 40 minutes. Still not officially released, permanent delay - specifications aren't final. Difficult to pinpoint the intended use - built-in SSD storage will be much too small for use as an HTPC.

The Asus Eee Keyboard is a unique keyboard that uses advanced technology to make it a complete computer that can use external devices. With an Atom N270 processor, it also has 1GB RAM and a 16GB SSD. Unlike other keyboards, it also features a 5-inch touch screen for easy navigation.

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To go along with the battery that lasts up to four hours, the keyboard can also connect and be used with an HDTV or a video monitor.

Features

  • Atom N270 processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 16GB SSD
  • 5-inch touchscreen
  • Connect to HDTV or video monitor
  • Battery lasts up to four hours

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Pros
  • 5

    a great idea - a full X86 computer built into a full size keyboard

  • 4

    WiFi

  • 4

    quiet

  • 3

    beautiful brushed aluminum enclosure

  • 3

    wireless HDMI chip will also feature the ability to transmit full 1080p HD media (with HDCP support)

  • 3

    built-in battery for completely wireless use

  • 2

    5" touchscreen application launcher / widget display

  • 2

    strong, clickey keyboard

  • 1

    wireless HDMI

Cons
  • 3

    limited battery life - 4 hours original claim, tested to only last 1hr 40 minutes

  • 2

    still not officially released, permanent delay - specifications aren't final

  • 2

    difficult to pinpoint the intended use - built-in SSD storage will be much too small for use as an HTPC

  • 2

    high price point

  • 1

    Atom N270 single-core netbook CPU is already outdated at launch (April 2010)

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