Miselu a Silicon Valley startup company has unveiled their new web connected Neiro keyboard. Which is powered by Android and has been created as a social instrument.
As well as the 25-key MIDI-controlling keyboard the Neiro is also equipped with a multitouch display. Allowing users to also use applications and online services to enhance their music making skills. Watch the video after the jump to see Miselu’s Neiro keyboard in action.
Once finalised the new Neiro keyboard will be equipped with Yamaha’s Audio Engine series NSX-1 sound chip, and will be fitted with a number of ports for connecting external devices. Including 2 x MIDI, 2 x USB, 1 x SD card slot, HDMI and RCA audio in and out. Miselu CEO Yoshinari Yoshikawa explains:
“The capabilities of the NSX-1 will make our device even more exceptional and give its users endless possibilities in music performance and creation,”-“Overall, we are extremely excited to be part of SXSW this year. It is the perfect event to show the prototype of ‘neiro’ for the first time.”
Source: Miselu : Verge
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