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The Logic thin aluminium keyboard for Avid Media Composer is designed for Mac users via the USB port. Based on the original Ultra Thin Apple keyboard, it offers plug-and-play setup and a modern stylish... Read more
£114.00 inc VAT
The Logic thin aluminium keyboard for Avid Media Composer is designed for Mac users via the USB port. Based on the original Ultra Thin Apple keyboard, it offers plug-and-play setup and a modern stylish appearance that matches the "Apple look".
The custom keyboard makes using Avid Media Composer much simpler and faster. It is ideal for post-production facilities, professional video, Audio and Graphics editing houses and anyone else who requires all the custom key commands readily accessible from a dedicated, clearly labelled, colour-coded keyboard. Using this keyboard is also a great way to quickly grasp the applications` key commands.
Since Logickeyboard also features all the regular letter, number, and symbol labelling that you will find on a conventional keyboard, it can either be added to your computer in conjunction with your conventional keyboard or simply be used as a substitute for it.
Software Compatibilty: Avid Media Composer
Connectivity: Wired USB
Keyboard Design/Compatibility: Apple Ultra Thin Numeric Keyboard
Next working day delivery services are available on orders placed before 4pm (subject to stock availability). Non-timed deliveries should be delivered between the hours of 9am and 6pm. Orders placed after 4pm on Fridays and on weekends will be processed as normal the following Monday. Orders placed on bank holidays will be processed the next working day.
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