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Monday, 12 April 2010 12:11

Asus Eee Keyboard to ship this month

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Still no confirmed launch date


According to CNET Asia, Asus will launch its Eee Keyboard by the end of April.

Oddly enough, CNET learned about the launch from a consumer electronics and furniture retailer in Singapore, which makes sense. However, the Eee Keyboard won't be as cheap as flatpack furniture, as it is expected to retail at around $500, which is quite a lot for an Atom-based PC, even if it's crammed into a keyboard.

The Eee Keyboard will feature an Atom processor, although we're not sure exactly which SKU Asus will use. It relies on costly SSD storage and it has a 5-inch touchscreen, both of which are responsible for the rather high price tag.

More here.

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