LogicKeyboard Avid Media Composer Slim Line Windows Keyboard

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LogicKeyboard
Key Features
  • Wired USB Connection
  • Scissor-Key Switches
  • Avid Media Composer Hotkeys
  • Fully Compatible with Windows
The Avid Media Composer Slim Line Windows Keyboard from Logic Keyboard is a wired USB keyboard specially designed to be used with the Avid Media Composer software. It features color-coded keys with icons that give clear, simple visual cues for keyboard shortcuts, helping to improve your workflow. This keyboard is ideal for post-production facilities, professional video editing houses, and anyone learning Avid Media Composer.
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LogicKeyboard Slim Line Overview

The Avid Media Composer Slim Line Windows Keyboard from Logic Keyboard is a wired USB keyboard specially designed to be used with the Avid Media Composer software. It features color-coded keys with icons that give clear, simple visual cues for keyboard shortcuts, helping to improve your workflow. This keyboard is ideal for post-production facilities, professional video editing houses, and anyone learning Avid Media Composer.

Keyboard for use with Avid Media Composer
Thin keycaps with sensitive and responsive touch
Plug-and-play compatibility means no software is required for setup
Enhanced scissor-key switches
UPC: 845173001528

LogicKeyboard Slim Line Specs

Keys
Number of Keys108
Switch TypeScissor
Connectivity
Connection TypeWired
System ConnectionUSB Type-A
USB Ports2 x USB Type-A (USB 2.0)
Full-Functionality OS SupportWindows
General
BacklightNo
Built-In Control DeviceNone
Environmental
CertificationsCE, FCC, RoHS, TUV, UL, WEEE, as per Manufacturer
Physical
Cable Length59.06" / 1.5 m
Dimensions (L x W x H)17.6 x 5.6 x 0.9" / 446.0 x 141.0 x 23.0 mm
Weight31.39 oz / 890 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.475 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18.85 x 7.75 x 1.7"
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