The I-tab Could Revolutionize Guitar Playing

Posted: Feb 26 2010, 11:11am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:45pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

The i-tab Could Revolutionize Guitar Playing
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It's not often that the music instrument industry is injected with a revolutionary new technology, but that fact didn't stop i-tab from creating a pocket-sized device that scrolls through chords and lyrics in perfect time.

Users simply attach the i-tab to the guitar after downloading song tracks from a proprietary Web site. Guitar players can then follow along as the digital screen scrolls through the songs, providing lyrics and chords to follow along.

The screen itself is five inches diagonally, and it has touch capabilities for seamless song and menu option selections. Users can even connect it to a TV so that others can sing along with the on-screen lyrics.

The i-tab comes with 4GB of storage, enough for a seemingly endless supply of songs, and it includes 30 tracks that are pre-installed, Beautiful Day by U2, Wonderwall's Oasis, and the Rolling Stones classic Jumping Jack Flash.

The $200 device is set to hit the US market between March and April.

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