The Asus Eee Keyboard probably won't prove to be the spark that ignites a computing revolution, but it has spawned at least one imitator. Netbooked reports that the Commodore Invictus is set to be the first competitor for the Eee Keyboard. It has a resistive touchscreen with stylus (compared to the Eee Keyboard's capacitive) and an Atom-based processor.
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This bad boy brags wireless HDMI, Nvidia Ion, and a 5 hour battery-life (the Eee Keyboard has 4 hours). On the whole, these products seem evenly matched. Price will likely determine which of these products ends out on top. Personally, I lean towards the Eee Keyboard's capacitive touchscreen.