ASUS Eee Keyboard approved by FCC

Monday, October 12, 2009

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has certified the ASUS Eee Keyboard - an unusual Nettop form factor keyboard. This device is equipped with a 5-inch touch screen and, in fact, is a full-fledged desktop-Nettop, but at the keyboard. ASUS Eee Keyboard deliveries scheduled to begin in Europe and the U.S. later this month, tentatively - 22 October. Documentation nettop-keyboard with FCC site includes several photographs and specifications.

Some characteristics of the ASUS Eee Keyboard has been known previously, but now they have almost an official confirmation. Nettop is based on the processor Intel Atom N270, is equipped with 1 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB solid state drive. Also it has a wireless support Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 2.1, and UWB. Among the ports - HDMI, VGA, 3hUSB, audio input and output, plus there are built-in stereo speakers and microphone. An interesting feature is the presence of a special receiver that connects to an HDTV and you can send high-definition video and high-quality sound with the Eee Keyboard to the TV wirelessly. It is assumed that the price of ASUS Eee Keyboard range from $ 400 to $ 500.