Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Jan 2009 19:38 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Asus' success with its Eee line of netbooks might have come as a surprise, but the company is now determined to expand the Eee brand into every possible niche and form factor. Case in point: the insanely cool Eee Keyboard, which will surely bring a smile on the faces of those who remember the glory days of the home computer.
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I've never seen the point...
by fluppeteer on Fri 9th Jan 2009 15:31 UTC
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...of wireless display protocols. It would be vastly simpler to stick the computer behind the TV (where its battery won't go flat) and use a nice, low bandwidth wireless keyboard (of which there are plenty on the market), rather than saturating the airwaves in the room trying to punt a high-bandwidth video signal around. I live in fear of my neighbours buying a TV-over-wifi display.

The only wireless display protocol of which I approve is a projector. Now, a computer like this with a (decent-resolution) microprojector in the back, *that* might be interesting.

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