An interesting hack for those who have problems with the Eee PC’s keyboard responsiveness. From the eeuser forum.
1- Remove your keyboard by pressing towards the screen the three thin metal staples that you can see right over the F1, F6 and F12 keys. You should be then able to remove the keyboard by picking it up from its upper side and letting it shifting towards the screen.
2 – Use a roll of masking tape (the kind of adhesive tape used in house painting) to cover the keyboard back side with 2 or 3 strips.
3 – Put the keyboard back in its place, making sure the three metal fastener will block it correctly.
Warning: covering the back side of your keyboard might interfere with the cooling of your Eee PC.
Via ASUS Eee News.
Personally, I’d love to try this, but I don’t want to overheat my trusty Eee. Who has tried this?