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Thursday, 20 August 2009 21:10

Asus Eee Keyboard to be seen in October

Written by Slobodan Simic

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€500 for the Atom Keyboard

Previously shown to public back at CES 2009 in January, Asus' Eee Keyboard keeps eluding the market and keeps getting delayed for quite a while. The newest report says that this keyboard wonder should be available in Q4, or mid to late October for the European market.

The 5-inch 800x480 pixels touchscreen LCD equipped Eee Keyboard houses a quite well known Atom N270 CPU, has 1GB of memory, a 16 or 32GB SSD for storage, WiFi and an HDMI output. The idea is great and the prototype that we had a chance to see looked pretty good.

The Eee Keyboard should sell for around €500 in Europe, at least once it's start appearing in retail/e-tail sales.

You can find more here.

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