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Can a music keyboard for your iPad be any good?

25
Jan
2014

As musicians throw their real instruments in garbage bins all over the world in a rush to create Electronic Dance Music using nothing but the most minimal of computers, one piece of legacy equipment refuses to go away: good ol ebony and ivory (or a plastic imitation of it). And then theres the C.24, a Kickstarted piece of kit from San Francisco-based Miselu that doubles as an iPad cover. The entire device fits in a metal enclosure thats almost the same size as the iPad, while a magnetic latch on the edge lets it function almost as elegantly as Apples own covers. Like a sort of click pen, the whole keyboard pops out of its frame to a satisfying elevation of a little more than an inch, creating a small but significant key-travel distance.

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