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Asus’s Eee keyboard received lots of attention at CES last week, despite the lack of published specifications. Now more juicy details about the keyboard that merges a PC with a touchscreen have been uncovered.

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Asus Eee keyboard was first seen at CES last week

We already knew the keyboard has a 5in touchscreen. Now we learn from the The Boy Genius Report website that it features a 1.6GHz Atom processor, has 1GB of DDR 2 memory and the option of a 16GB or 32GB solid-state drive.

According to BGR's unnamed source, the Windows XP-based keyboard can connect to the web over 802.11n. Bluetooth 2.0 is also on board.

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Additional connectivity methods include an HDMI connection, two USB ports, and jacks for a microphone and headphones.

Johnny Shih, Asus' CEO, has reportedly said that the keyboard will hit the market within six months. We'll find out prices then. ®

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