SoftBank to release wireless MIDI music keyboard Miselu C.24

SoftBank announced the release of wireless MIDI music Keyboard C.24 manufactured by an American startup, Miselu.

The keyboard, C.24, is scheduled to be released around the world in January 2015, however, SoftBank is going to exclusively start selling it (500 units only!) on December 16 before the rest of the world!

C.24 has a realistic keyboard feel and look. To use C.24, you should install the dedicated free application "Miselu KEY" to an iPad or iPhone. iOS 8 or OS X Yosemite includes MIDI over Bluetooth LE as standard, so you don't need to install the application in that case.

When not in use, it's 9.9mm-thick and even becomes an iPad case. When you want to use it, the keyboard part is popped up by pressing a button and becomes 28.5mm-thick. Touching the LED sensor at the side allows you to adjust among 9 octaves.
 

  • Size: 242×185.7×9.9mm
  • Weight: 552g
  • Price: ¥24,000



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