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April 29, 2008
QUANTEL OFFICE BURGLARIZED, NEO STOLEN Neo was designed through feedback from Pablo users and incorporates a layout that allows for fast work by either left- or right-handed operators. The control panel offers one-button access to menus, keeping functions easily accessible. Ahost of organic LEDs, as well as its backlit fascia, help to provide visual feedback to the user.

The stolen Neo was one of only a few in existence, and was slated for use in a series of upcoming demo sessions, says Quantel's head of publicity, Roger Thornton. And while its impressive design might have caught the thief's attention, the unit is worthless without a companion Pablo system and the company's V4 code to drive it.

Any leads regarding Neo's disappearance can be directed to the company through its Website:

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