The Commodore Invictus is picking a fight with the Asus Eee Keyboard for supremacy in the PC-in-a-keyboard with a touchscreen-on-the-side category, and with the specs Commodore is listing, it may just win. Well, if it ever releases.
You'd expect a portable keyboard with a 5-inch LCD thrown in to have a better battery life than the average low-end netbook, but ASUS has revealed the full, final specs of the EeeKeyboard, which will sell for $599.
Hell yes. Asus has finally committed to an October U.S and European arrival for its entertainment-PC-in-keyboard. The sleek device has a 5-inch touchscreen and Ultra Wideband HDMI (with receiver) to connect to your TV. I want it on my coffee-table.
Asus's amazing-looking Eee Keyboard, which is a home theater PC stuffed inside a keyboard, complete with wireless HDMI and a secondary touchscreen, is dropping in May or June. And for only $400-$600!
We spotted some Asus keyboards last week, but none were nearly as potentially awesome as the official Eee Keyboard. Featuring wireless HDMI, it's a "fully functional PC" with full QWERTY and a mini secondary touchscreen.