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I'm looking for a keyboard or just a little display to attach on my keyboard or something like that, what will show me the music tracks i'm playing in windowsmedia player, itunes, etc.

I did some research and the only thing I found are gaming keyboards, but i'm not shure if these show my music tracks.

So my question: Does somebody knows a keyboard who show the music tracks or just a little display?



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closed as off topic by Indrek, Renan, Dave, bwDraco, ChrisF Oct 8 '12 at 16:21

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Are you asking for a display that is either built into the keyboard or is just an external device, which only works when a certain program is running and sole purpose to display song details. – Dave Oct 8 '12 at 12:32
I hope a external device because i have a realy nice keyboard allready. I work with audio for TV and when i'm looking for a nice sound effect while i'm in my audio software i want to see the track name instead of looking to the windowsmediaplayer window. – Eric Audio Oct 8 '12 at 12:50
OK - I doubt it exists - it may be cheaper to get a second monitor. – Dave Oct 8 '12 at 12:57
I allready got an extra monitor. But is there a keyboard with a build-in lcd screen that give you the info of the windowsmediaplayer. Or do i have to search for the gaming keyboards? – Eric Audio Oct 8 '12 at 13:19

You could try something like an Optimus mini three

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