Asustek continues to demonstrate their new touchscreen convertible netbooks at CES 2009, the 8.9″ Eee PC T91 and the 10″ Eee PC T101H. I mentioned yesterday that it’s been a long time coming – we first heard about them going back to May of last year. They are convertible in the sense that you can change the form factor from a conventional laptop/notebook to a Tablet PC with the display being the only input device.
Unfortunately, we didn’t get very many details on the T101H. It does have a brand new keyboard, that was described as feeling like the Apple MacBook keyboard, with spacing between the keys. The trackpad was also wider. Size wise, it was described as being similar to the Eee PC 1002HA. liliputing mentioned that the shift key was located to the left of the up key.
LAPTOP Magazine was shown an N20 with a multi-touch display (and they’ve included a video at the link below). It is just a proof-of-concept at this point, so don’t get your hopes up anytime soon, but it’s good to know that Asustek is looking into multi-touch displays.