The Eee Keyboard according to the FCC

The FCC is probably one of the biggest spoilers of fun in the electronic world. They spill more CE beans than anyone else. The latest victim: the Asus Eee Keyboard. We can finally see what’s under the hood thanks to recently filed documents.

An Intel Atom CPU along with a 945GSE chipset powers Windows XP Home along with a Broadcom AV-VD905 video decoder. It also packs 1GB of RAM, either 16 or 32GB of flash storage, gigabit Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, HDMI and VGA outputs, and a 4-hour battery. There is also the standard assortment of USB ports, headphone and mic jacks, and power adapter. As for the display, it’s a 5-inch 800 x480 touchscreen.


The keyboard throws 720p video/data to a display via an on-board Ultra-Wideband system. Video has a range of 5-meters while everything else should be fine up to 10-meters. The UWB receiver is equipped with two USB ports, a mini-USB, audio out and HDMI-out.

So far it seems that the device has lived up to the concept Devin spent some time with back at CES ’09. Now the only info left is the launch date and price point. [ via SlashGear]