Gadgets have quickly climbed your ‘essentials’ list. Whether at work or at play, devices such as iPads, smartphones and the like are now considered staples. Because of their versatility (special thanks to different applications and programs that can easily be downloaded and installed on them), gadgets can be personalized or customized according to the user’s preference. Some of these devices can be turned into tools for business or school presentations, or they can even be used as game centers for leisure and play activities. However, as compact as they are, using gadgets smoothly can sometimes be a lot challenging. If you have are sick of dealing with highly sensitive touch screens, clumsy handling, and other handling problems, our featured accessory, BT-105, is something to look forward to.
Perfect for customizing your device, the BT-105 made by AirTurn connects to iOS devices and enables users to make use of a foot pedal controller. This controller is designed for actions like turning pages of sheet music, lyrics, or tablature, and triggering musical effects – all while keeping your hands onto your musical instrument.
Of course, this accessory can also be used in supported applications like the popular video game, RockBand. With AirTurn’s BT-105, you should be able to fully enjoy the RockBand experience with the accessory’s ability to function as a foot pedal for a drum set, and other functions your game may require.
Using the BT-105 unlocks several hours’ worth of fun when you play RockBand, which you otherwise won’t experience without one. You do not need to buy any other gears for the game (like a simulator drum kit) as the BT-105 works just fine without them. Moreover, AirTurn designed BT-105 to also be compatible with several iOS applications like OnSong, SeeScore, and JamUp Pro XT. It comes in two-pedal ($120) and four-pedal ($159) versions.
Of course, using a foot pedal is not for everyone, especially for those leaning towards academic or business presentations. For those who are not eyeing for a foot pedal, if you are neither musically-inclined nor a fanatic of RockBand, AirTurn has also manufactured the Digit, a device which also works along the lines of the BT-105 but is meant to be held. This accessory comes in handy for presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint and Keynote. As a stand-alone product, the Digit is priced at $79, but it is also available as an upgrade worth $10 for the BT-105 pedal bundles.