Palette Modular Controller

Jul 10, 2015

Category: Tech

Anyone that delves into the digital arts knows how difficult it can be to get the results you want with a keyboard and mouse; it doesn’t translate well to the screen. So anytime you’re able to take more control of your designs with your hands, you should jump on it. This is the case with the Palette, a modular controller system which allows users to build their own unique controller to fit their needs using dials and buttons.

The Palette modular controller allows for more intuitive and precise editing with your favorite creative apps, such as Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator and many other types of designer software. Each modular piece snaps together via magnets, and users can add as many modules to their setup as they’d like. The Palette is currently available with kits ranging from $199 to $899. [Purchase]

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