Get a keyboard on your keyboard

Subject: General Tech | March 28, 2006 - 06:21 PM |
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Hardware Zone has a preview of a very musical keyboard, the Creative Prodikey PC-MIDI.  Why sit at your computer learning to type, when you can be learining to play the piano?

"The Prodiky PC-MIDI is an innovative device that combines keyboard with piano keys. With it,

anyone can work and learn how to play a piano in front of the computer without having to buy

separate input devices. When the row of black and white keys is not in use, they can be hidden

beneath a sliding cover that also acts as a palm rest. The learning applications are simple and

can be mastered with relative ease."


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