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Asus shows Moblin on an Eee Keyboard

Sean Kalinich | Jun 15, 2009 12:23 PM CDT

The model you can see is only a prototype at present, but there's no reason that ASUS couldn't deliver a Moblin version alongside the Windows XP Eee Keyboard. Hardware in this case looks to be unchanged, so we'd still expect the same Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM and either 16GB or 32GB of SSD storage. Wireless HDMI is believed to be an option.

What the video doesn't show is any media functionality, so it remains to be seen what advantages there Moblin may bring over the Microsoft OS. ASUS have repeatedly assured us that the Eee Keyboard will launch this month, priced at around $400.

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OCZ Releases Illuminati Keyboard

Zac O'Vadka | Feb 18, 2009 11:59 PM CST

The Illuminati keyboard is designed with all the features of a quality keyboard without the hefty price tag, combining sleek style and comfort with the features and personalization consumers demand from their peripherals. The Alchemy line embodies the needs of gamers and value-oriented consumers through a diverse lineup of peripherals and components that will provide PC users the ultimate hardware to take on the most demanding tasks at a price point that is attainable for all budgets.

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Keyboard which reads handwriting

Steve Dougherty | Sep 20, 2007 8:18 PM CDT

We wish we had more information on this keyboard--in fact, we'd settle for just about any information on it. As far as we can tell from its product listing, this is a USB keyboard equipped for handwriting recognition with a built-in touch screen and stylus.

(Credit: DealExtreme)It's described as an "identity" feature, which implies that the handwriting would be used for security, but it could also just be used to read foreign language characters or custom symbols, not unlike a Chinese-made mouse that we saw earlier this year. What we do know is that it's marketed by a company called A1Pro and is selling for only $25.48 (with free shipping). It's also black. And we saw it on a Web site.

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