DigiTimes reports ASUS has delayed the launch of the Eee Keyboard because because the device has not yet passed wireless regulation testing. The site also heard some details about the products ASUS will showcase at CES 2010. This will include ultraportable laptops, Intel Atom N450 based Eee PCs, a 10" tablet PC, some smartbooks and perhaps even a 9" eReader and a couple of Android based smartphones. A netbook with the Atom N470 is expected to be unveiled at CeBIT 2010.
Asustek Computer has delayed the launch of its Eee Keyboard, which the company originally said would be launched in the US and Europe in October of 2009 because the device has not yet passed wireless regulation testing, according to the company.
However, Asustek said it will take the opportunity to upgrade specifications to meet the changes in market expectations at the new expected launch. In addition to upgrading the CPU and operating system, the company also detailed plans to add capacitive touchscreen capabilities, will maintaining a price point of about US$500.