Have you ever found yourself wishing that your Eee PC had a better trackpad, or maybe even a joystick? Well, the Atmel AVR USB key might be your answer.
Packed inside a thin USB dongle is a micro-sized joystick that can slowly drive your cursor all over your Eee PC's Xandros countryside. Furthermore, the AVR USB key is also equipped with 16MB of data flash storage, a couple of LEDs, and even a temperature sensor. Welcome to the wonderful world of HID (Human Interface Device) technology. Unfortunately, to get the full flavor out of the LEDs and temp sensor, you will have to boot Windows XP on your Eee PC.
Nonetheless, if you want to give a real genuine HID a run for its money on your Eee PC, the AVR USB key offers a great bargain.
Thats nice and all, but I had one of those ASUS laptops and it was very slow. Small is great, but when you sacafice performance its not worth it
They warn about that company, I think, in Sports Illustrated. Thanks, spammy whitesites, but. no thanks. Ask them about all the spyware they got trying to leave backdoors in people's ports.
oh, I forgot. the spammers don't care how much spyware and malware is deposited on systems, and no law to prevent them.
exactly i absolutely hate spammers i think that we shold write a program that crashes all computers with bot software on them