Logickeyboard keyboard designed for Adobe Premiere Pro CC compatible with Windows 7-10 – LKBU-PPROCC-APBH

(8 customer reviews)

$119.00

BACKLIT KEYBOARD – THE ASTRA SERIES The ASTRA backlit keyboard with numeric keyboard features an elegant, slim line black keyboard with low-profile scissor-switch keys for a light, yet responsive feel. With five selectable light levels, the ASTRA is the perfect choice for any lighting environment. The keyboard features two USB 2.0 ports to enable you to connect e.g. your mouse, contour shuttle or a USB-dongle. The ASTRA keyboard is developed with two USB cables. One for the keyboard itself, and one for the USB hub, at the back of the keyboard. The reason for having a separate cable for the USB hub, is to avoid problems with installations, that require a KVM extender. To power the keyboard, you need to plug in the grey USB connector. If you need to activate the USB hub, on the back of the keyboard, you need to plug in the black USB connector. Watch video about the two cables here. To activate the function keys on your mac ASTRA backlit keyboard, press FN + e.g. F7 or any other key in the function key row. Watch video here. The Adobe Premiere Pro dedicated LogicKeyboard, also features all the regular letters, numbers, and symbol labelling that you will find on a conventional keyboard, it can simply be used as a substitute for it. Easy to set up and use. No software required.

Dimmable light with five selectable levels. Built-in dual USB-ports 2.0
Number of keys – 104 (ANSI version) 105 (ISO version). Manufactured for 10.000.000 keystrokes per key
Color-coded labelled shortcut keys with graphical commands
Dimensions – 17 5/8” x 6” x 11/4” (446mm x 150mm x 30mm)
Compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7/8/10

Based on 8 reviews

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  1. StevenMoore

    For an editing keyboard, these are the best… The fact that it is back lite for editing in dark environments which most of us like to edit in is awesome. All the shortcuts on the keys help you learn the ones that you may not use as often.

    StevenMoore

  2. Mary McCanta

    I’ve been using it for about a month. Love the lighted buttons with the shortcuts right on them. I’m trying to up my game on Premiere, and this has helped me internalize more of the keyboard shortcuts. Priceless.

    Mary McCanta

  3. Dan D.

    This is a nice tool for those using Premiere Pro on a regular basis. It is well constructed with nice, soft-touch keys. All of the standard PP-CC shortcuts are labeled, which is great for improving the speed of your workflow. I combined this with a ShuttleProV2 to improve editing times. Every click and keystroke make a difference in your project times! The USB ports on the back of the KB are a great bonus.The only reason I’m giving it 4 out of 5 stars is because of the backlighting – it could be better. The keys are clearly defined, but whatever they’re using to color the keys has a washed-out effect under low light. I expected this to be a little better.Either way, this is an excellent tool for those looking to improve their editing speed and workflow.

    Dan D.

  4. Rob53

    I really like this keyboard as it not only has the shortcuts printed on the keys, but it has an adjustable backlight that lights up the keys at various dimming setting. It also came with a dust cover, which is nice.

    Rob53

  5. Wesley Gunder

    While I enjoy this Keyboard very much, my biggest gripe is even though its back lit they couldn’t include volume controls on the keyboard, on the non back lit version it has volume controls, so for effectively $10 more i have less features on this keyboard…

    Wesley Gunder

  6. Amazon Customer

    Worked right out of the box. Due to learning Premier Pro, this key board makes the editing simpler. Also it comes with a washable cover you can type on. Its super , get one!!! `

    Amazon Customer

  7. The Deckers

    Probably the cheapest excuse for a keyboard I’ve ever seen in my entire life. Every single key feels like they’re going to fall off. Yes, the keys are colored, but if you like a normal keyboard experience, plan on keeping 2 keyboards hooked up at all times so you don’t go insane at the cheap quality of this keyboard.We have this new premiere keyboard tucked away and we only use it when we’re editing. The keyboard sucks so bad, I can’t stand to use it in any other program. I can even look at the keyboard at an angle and see that the keys don’t even lay flat.Not to mention the horrible shipping, but that’s not their fault, its amazons fault. I’ve received 2 of these in the mail, and BOTH came in the mail with a label stuck directly on the box and not even taped shut. Now these have less resale values cause I don’t have an original box in good condition.

    The Deckers

  8. Trent Emory

    Cool design and idea, but I just didn’t end up finding it as useful as I thought and the shift button stopped kept sticking on me. Ended up returning it.

    Trent Emory