Asustek's success with the Eee has led them to expand the line in numerous fashions, from creating desktop PC versions to making higher-power ultra slim versions available.
Now, Asustek is planning to expand the Eee line even further, with the introduction of Asustek Eee motherboards. No system specifications are available yet, but it's easy to imagine that the boards would be similar in spec to existing Eee hardware. It'll be interesting to see where they intend to compete with this board. They will most likely go up against the Atom and Pico-ITX platform.
Future Eee projects include potential touch screen units and more. What was just a short while ago nothing more than a cheap laptop has turned into an entire portfolio of hardware.