ASUS Chairman Unveils the Latest Innovation and Computing Concepts at CES 2009 in Las Vegas

Subject: Shows and Expos | January 7, 2009 - 11:11 AM |
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LAS VEGAS, NV (January 6th, 2009) - ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih unveils the company's latest innovations and introduces its futuristic computing concepts at a keynote speech two days before the official opening of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

In a 40-minute presentation, Shih talks about the speedy growth of ASUS' branded notebooks and the revolutionary Eee PC (Easy to Learn, Easy to Work and Easy to Play) line, which set the industry trend for netbooks. The innovator of the Eee PC also introduces several of the latest innovations from the Eee Family; among which are Eee PC T91 and T101H, the Eee Keyboard, and the Eee Top.

Eee PC T91

The Eee PC T91 and T101H are the latest models of Eee PC to become available to consumers. These touch tablets are efficient, stylish and portable for consumers to complete tasks on-the-go.

Eee Keyboard

Being the first multi-media center enabled by ultra wideband HDMI, the Eee Keyboard is not only a fully-functional PC; it also serves as a hub that wirelessly connects all multimedia devices to utilize any monitor or TV as a viewing platform.

Eee Top

Built on the concept of "Touch to communicate", the Eee Top's unique interface provides its users with a brand new computing experience founded on the Eee DNA. Not just easy to navigate for users of all demographics, it is also a valuable tool for collaborative learning.

Shared Computing

Shih also emphasizes ASUS' commitment to "shared computing" by introducing a concept model which allows notebook users to share their work by folding and unfolding computer screens.

What's Next?

ASUS is projecting to ship 7 million Eee PCs by the end of 2009 and WiMax embedded Eee PCs are to become available in North American by the end of Q1 2009.

Source: ASUS
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