Asus has again delayed its Eee Keyboard PC. ASUS chairman Jonney Shih confirmed today at CeBIT that the revolutionary Eee Keyboard will now ship in April because they want to give the best user experience and quality to consumers.
Asus has been showing the Eee Keyboard since early 2009 and have been delaying the sales for various reasons. Eee Keyboard’s initial specs included Intel Atom N270/330 CPU, 1GB RAM, 16 or 32GB SSD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI-out, LAN, VGA/USB ports and a 5-inch touchscreen display. The specs seem low-end when compared to its clone that integrates ION chipset. Hopefully, Asus will topple it by integrating ION 2.