Editors Keys unveil wireless keyboard range
Lose the leads with Editors Keys’ new wireless editing keyboard range
Whether you’re a video editor or graphic designer, Editors Keys new range of wireless, colour-coded keyboards are designed to make your workspace less cluttered and more portable. Available for users of Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, Avid Media Composer, Presonus Studio One and Ableton Live in both UK and US layout configurations, with a Final Cut Pro X version due in a few weeks. Editors Keys also launched a new range of budget-friendly slimline wired keyboards as an alternative to their premium backlit models – early purchasers of either can save £10 on the list price if they order before 29 March 2016. The wireless keyboards will retail at £69.99 and the slimline wired keyboards at £49.99 for the introductory period. To find out more visit www.editorskeys.com or read on for the full press release:
Editors Keys launch its first ever wireless editing keyboard range
Editors Keys announce their first range of wireless editing shortcut keyboards designed for audio producers, video editors and graphic designers. The new wireless keyboards allow editors to clean up their work stations and become cable free for the first time. In conjunction with the new launch, Editors Keys are also releasing a new range of budget friendly slimline keyboards, which are high quality editing keyboards at a lower price point than the Editors Keys premium backlit models.
The colour coded keyboards help editors speed up their editing by over 40% as they contain all of the programs shortcut keys, which would not normally be available to them with a standard keyboard. The new range launched today includes keyboards for Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, Avid Media Composer, Presonus Studio One and Ableton Live.
Customers can also receive £10.00 off the slimline and wireless keyboards in the special launch price which lasts until 29th March 2016. “Having a full length wireless keyboard with you at all times means you can enjoy the benefits of portability without compromising on the time saving shortcuts a full keypad provides.” Says Jonny Elwyn Broadcast editor and trainer. The slimline keyboards can be purchased from www.editorskeys.com The wireless keyboards will retail at £69.99 and the wired at £49.99 for the introductory period.