Bodhi is a minimalistic, Linux desktop distribution that uses Ubuntu as its base and Enlightenment as the default window manager. Bodhi can be used on modern hardware or older hardware. The minimum system requirements are a Intel 300mhz processor or faster, 128mb of system RAM, and 1.5gb of free disk space.
E-keyboard is an Enlightenment epplet for switching between different keymaps. It is a graphical frontend to the setxkbmap. The actual keymap is shown using a flag and two or three letters (such as GB or SVK). Flags are mapped at a 3D flag-like (or board-like) superquadratic, and some lighting and Phong shading are applied to make it look much nicer. Keymaps can be cycled with the mouse buttons or wheel.
E-Mbuttons is a small epplet which acts as an application launcher. It's composed of several buttons. Each button executes one command (application or script). Several visual effects are applied after clicking a button. You can customize the epplet geometry, the number of buttons/columns/rows, and allowed effects. It consumes an insignificant amount of resources.