Hello there, it’s been a while since my last post in here. I have been really busy with my new life and a new job in a completely different country and city. But I have just bumped into a product and couldn’t resist to post it here!
The only thing I am able to remember about projection technologies was that the videos floating around the internet with fake features of smartphones, almost just built up using light 🙂 But when I saw Serafim Keybo, I was really amazed by its features and it is no joke or fake viral video! It’s real and on Amazon now!
So For What Reason Am I Featuring It Here?
Well, obviously this project was initiated as a highly progressive and innovative keyboard and founded Kickstarter, Makuake and awarded in Design Intelligence Award, also got Analyst’s Choice on Global Sources.
Serafim Keybo is the world’s most advanced virtual laser projection keyboard and piano. At the moment, you have 7 language layout options to choose from and type in those languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Chinese, and Japanese) literally anywhere, anytime!
Virtual Studio With 4+ Musical Instruments
This was actually the reason I am promoting this product here because I am so excited to see for the first time that we are able to trigger notes without actual MIDI keyboard or MIDI controller pads.
This does not mean it has already replaced the whole MIDI industry but this is a huge step for the musical instruments industry. With its built-in music app, you can have 4+ musical instruments and have a great time with friends and family!
Surprisingly, Serafim Keybo has received really positive feedback from customers which is quite promising for a fresh product!
Click here to read Amazon customer reviews!
If anyone has had the chance to try or own Serafim Keybo. Please let me know in the comments section, I’m really curious! 🙂
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