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GarageKey USB MIDI Keyboard Caters to GarageBand Users

The GarageKey USB-MIDI keyboard is designed exclusively for use by Apple GarageBand software users who want a small, elegantly styled keyboard. The GarageKey has 37 full-size, velocity sensitive keys. It has octave up and down buttons discretely placed on the rear panel. And, it is plug and play compliant with OS X USB-MIDI...

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November 28, 2004

MacMice, a division of DVForge announced its GarageKey USB-MIDI keyboard for Apple GarageBand users, which will start shipping in time for Christmas.

The GarageKey USB-MIDI keyboard is designed exclusively for use by Apple GarageBand software users who want a small, elegantly styled keyboard. The GarageKey has 37 full-size, velocity sensitive keys. It has octave up and down buttons discretely placed on the rear panel. And, it is plug and play compliant with OS X USB-MIDI.

Its clear acrylic over bright white styling, and its bright white keys, are made to precisely match Apple's desktop styling. Plus, GarageKey includes clear acrylic riser legs that permit using the GarageKey sitting between an Apple wired or wireless keyboard and a display. There is space underneath the GarageKeyfor stowing away an Apple keyboard, as well.

GarageKey will begin shipping on December 12th, with an MSRP of $119.99. Pre-orders may now be placed on the MacMice web site.

For more information, visit their web site at www.macmice.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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