Asus is hoping a small screen makes a big impression on visitors to this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
The company has built a 5in touchscreen into the Eee keyboard, which houses a netbook PC under its keys. The idea is that users only need carry around the 1kg keyboard to hook-up to the internet.
Like many netbook PCs it has an Intel Atom processor, runs Windows XP Home and has an onboard 16 or 32 gigabyte solid state disk drive. The product is capable of connecting to the internet.
It will hook up to larger displays via wireless Ultrawideband HDMI and also boasts Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0. There are also USB 2.0, VGA and HDMI ports and connections for headphones and microphones.
Watch the video below to see Asus' Eee Keyboard in action.