Asus has confirmed that its Eee keyboard, originally shown at CES, will be arriving in August. The company's marketing executive, John Swatton, revealed the news while launching a bevy of new laptops.
As previously reported on Pocket-lint, the Eee Keyboard (KEeeboard?) will be the first wireless media centre enabled by ultra wideband HDMI, meaning you'll be able to stream HD content from your lap to your television.
It has Wi-Fi, Ethernet, speaker, mic, and a 5-inch touchscreen display, as well as a 32GB SSD to chuck all that HD content on to. The company hasn't set a price yet, but that can't be far off given how soon it'll be with us.
We'll keep you posted of further developments.