Palette Gear Button Add-on
This button has the same type of build that an arcade machine or arcade stick has, giving it a wonderful tactile feel when hit.
With one of the kits (Starter, Expert and Professional) you could use a slider to change the hue of a photo, the arcade style buttons would let you change scenes in your streaming software and the dials could potentially be used to change the volume in your preferred music making software.
But if it's still not enough for you, you can buy additional modules to expand your repertoire.
Features • Modular Interface
• Set to whatever you like
• Easy to set up
• No Core included, available with the Starter, Expert and Professional Kits
|Supported TV Standards|
|Media Center Compatible||No|
|Dual Tuner Compatible||No|
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