The EEE Keyboard is one of the most anticipated niche products out there. Unfortunately, Asus keeps delaying and delaying, first out of confusion as to how to market the product, and next because it didn't pass wireless regulation testing. While we wait on Asus, a Chinese company named Great Wall has beat them to the punch.
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The Cross PC U510 has a full-sized keyboard, 1.6 GHz Intel ULV processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a 250 GB SATA HDD. It packs the Nvidia Ion chipset, WiFi connectivity, and a 5" touchscreen. This device has no battery, so it will need to stay hooked up to a display or HDTV or whatever. Also, according to Cloned in China, this machine does not support dual displays. Hooking it up to a monitor blacks out the little screen.
So the Cross isn't as awesome as the Eee PC. But, it has the very real benefit of being an actual released product. While this thing wouldn't be of much use as a portable computing solution, I bet it would make a great media hub.