But what, precisely, is the benefit? The 1024×768 resolution is still probably lower contrast and quality than sheet music. You can touch the screen or pump the foot pedal to switch to the next page, which I suppose is nicer than dealing with page turning during a performance, though it seems to me that most musicians (apart from Victor Borge) rarely have trouble with that particular operation.
Maybe it’d be a useful addition, but for the moment, I’d recommend sticking with the analog variants, which will run you (generously) a hundred dollars, probably less. Plus, they have unlimited battery life.
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