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CeBIT: Hybrid input device, controller and NAS to complement the Eee range

Asus unveils new Eee hardware

Asus has revealed the latest additions to it Eee range of mobile devices at this year’s CeBIT.

The vendor used the event to announce its Eee Keyboard, which combines a touchpad screen and PC components in to a five inch deep keyboard. The device will come in a wired or wireless version that will be able to connect to a PC monitor or TV screen and is expected to be available by June.

The other new products were the Eee Stick, a 3D controller that is remarkably similar to the Wii Controller set, and the EeeNAS PC, a remote storage solution intended for data backup and file sharing. The EeeNAS contains two terabytes of storage space, carries a DVD burner and features enough cooling to be permanently active.

Source: Electronista

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