In pictures: The most innovative products of CES 2009

CES is always full of eye candy and interesting products. Here are some of the truly innovative products to make an appearance this year.

Asus Eee Keyboard: Asus' Eee branding has touched everything from the innovative to the downright mundane, and we're glad that the latest addition belongs to the former category. Unveiled as a prototype at CES 2009, the Asus Eee Keyboard integrates an embedded computer and Wireless HDMI within a form factor not much bigger than your standard computer keyboard. Though a full-sized keyboard may be a little cumbersome to cart around the house, the idea of packing a media centre into the keyboard rather than having yet another box next to the TV is truly intriguing.

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