Not the cheapest price ever but seems to be good for AU shipped stock.15 Keys is probably a good amount if your looking at controlling your HUE room lights as well as your key lights via the stream deck.
Can this control lifx bulbs?
Yeah they can, there's a LiFX module that works fine for me
Ooh ok thanks ill look into this, a bit of an investment as im not streaming but i love macro keys
I don't stream either but you can use them for so many things and you can have profiles for everything. I've found mine well worth the money
$199.20 from Amazon US
You can generally find them on eBay/Gumtree for around $150
When I search gumtree there are 3 minis, one for $120 and the other 2 above sale price. No normals, no XL's. All the ones on Facebook marketplace are above sale price. Can you point me to one on eBay for $150?
They do appear. I got one for $140 last week. I was going to use it for work, Teams mute, camera toggle, other shortcuts, etc. But at the moment it's displaying HWiNFO64 system metrics on my mining/gaming pc!
Was that a new unit?
@Cain0z: At that price they are 2nd hand.
These things are brilliant. I have a mini which i use as a button box for sim racing. Its a good size to quickly be able to find a key at a glance without having to take your eyes off the track for too long. Sometimes i wish i had a few more buttons though in some games.
I use one for Star Citizen and the other for a heap of apps at work and stuff. They're seriously good fun.
why are these so expensive in the first place. yeah you can customize some keys but thats it. so seems like they would only be worth like $120 honestly
I have one of these for work. Use it as a macro box for the apps i use (even zoom)
What functions does it do for you?
I use it for all the macros.
Eg inserting text into documents i can just select a button on the screen (i have the larger one)
Email quick keys.
I can work through emails forwarding, archiving etc.. by punching buttons
I use it for zoom to do the sharing bring up the chat window etc…
So I find it useful for automating processes, quick keys, inserting block text and automatically send an email
I can queue a bunch of keystrokes/commands and have one button to do them all.
Why do I need one? What can this do better than a keyboard?
Not a great question as its essentially a keyboard with individual programmable faces.
What can it do?
See my post above.
I have two of these and an XL at work - love them to bits!! With the Bitfocus Companion Software it makes my life so much easier in my theatre :-)