Coolest and sturdiest looking of the set, like a mini laptop, with a much larger (8cm x 5cm) LCD display with optional backlight. It also has a tempo display with a unique motion resembling a ‘virtual conductor’ with a baton, ie: both up-and-down and side-to-side.
It’s clever but we found it more complicating than helpful, like watching a games screen with an angled bouncing ball. There are just six rhythm patterns, although combined with 0 to 9 beats per bar. There’s also a timer and stop watch function up to 99 minutes.
Stylish but expensive with limited rhythmic options.
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