Teenage Engineering last week took the opportunity to unveil a new pocket sized PO-12 synthesiser they have created which is expected to retail for around $49.
The PO-12 synthesiser created by Teenage Engineering is equipped with Silicon Labs 32-bit ARM microcontroller, 23 switches, two optimisation knobs, beats-per-minute LED and 1/8-inch audio jacks.
Other features of the very unique pocket sized synthesiser include a handy wire stand that also doubles as a pitch bender, without options available for hip-hop, disco and techno.
The creators of the pocket synthesiser Teenage Engineering had planned to give away a few devices at Moogfest 2014. However all but the one seen in the above photograph were delayed by customs. For more information on the new PO-12 synthesiser jump over to the Teenage Engineering website for details, when they are posted.
Source: Engadget : Synthtopia
Image credit: Robert Pluma
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