Anyone that uses Adobe Photoshop software on a daily basis might be interested in a new and very unique keyboard called the Shortcut-S, which has been specifically designed to provide a faster way to manipulate and create images within Adobe’s Photoshop software.
The Shortcut-S keyboard measures 403mm x 306mm and is 8mm thick and is equipped with 319 separate keys offering users 372 functions. To learn more about the very unique Shortcut-S Photoshop keyboard watch the video after the jump.
The Shortcut-S Photoshop keyboard is compatible with all Photoshop Editions including CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 and later and supports both PC and Mac operating systems and is apparently easy for beginners, offers more creativity for middle level users and is at least 30% faster for professionals Photoshop users than a traditional keyboard and mouse setup.
“We are a group of professional photographers and designers in Romania, Austria and Canada and we edit our work over 15 years long with the most popular editing software Photoshop. Even after so many years we still discover new different shortcuts for tools, functions and filters. Photoshop is a very complex software, that offers a lot to edit your photos for amazing results.
So we came to idea to have a dedicated keyboard where you get everything you want from this software with just one finger instead guessing shortcuts on the regular keyboard and make them with 2, 3, 4 fingers or even with both hands due to the distance between the keys. Over 18 month we worked very hard to obtain the perfect design and functionality for this special dedicated keyboard. It has 319 keys for the most important tools, functions, filters and everything you need to get the best results. The final design is very comfortable to work with, has a very slim design and is just 8 mm thin, so you can put it in the bag and take it everywhere. “
The Shortcut-S Photoshop keyboard project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you use Photoshop on a daily basis and you think the Shortcut-S is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Shortcut-S become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Concepts & Design, Design News, Top News