Engadget spotted the ASUS Eee D200 at CES 2009. This looks like an Atom-based media server, the system features the Intel Atom N270 processor, 2GB DDR3 memory and 2TB of RAID storage. The white case features a 3.5" touchscreen and the system also features a 802.11n WiFi access point.
Regardless, we can see clearly from the spec card that the D200 is some kind of low-end Atom PC (and possible media server) with up to 2TB of RAID storage, 5-channel HD audio out, and slot loading DVD writer targeting the home network. The inclusion of an 802.11n access point just adds to the mystery.