Clever Little Keyboard!FINALLY - someone got the idea to build a USB hub into a keyboard controller. And it's no surprise that Korg was the one to do it. You see, Korg's always come up with clever ideas like their microKEY compact keyboard controller. This sweet little keyboard's got a lot going for it. First, there's the price. At under 100 bucks, the microKEY is super affordable. Next, there's the keybed. The microKEY completely defies the notion that an inexpensive keyboard controller can't feel great. You get 37 velocity-sensitive mini keys that sport Korg's Natural Touch technology... so they feel pretty much like regular synth-action keys - responsive and totally playable. Then there's the microKEY's size... simply put, small enough to fit in a laptop bag, but big enough to comfortably play. Top it off with a built-in 2-port USB hub that's perfect for hooking up other gear, and there's no question that the Korg microKEY's a real winner!
Korg microKEY Compact Keyboard Controller Features at a Glance:
- 37 Natural Touch mini keys
- Velocity-sensing keybed
- Pitch bend wheel, modulation wheel, octave up, and octave down buttons
- 1 x USB type B port for connection to your computer
- 2 x USB type A ports act as a 2-port USB hub, so you can connect your nanoPAD, nanoKONTROL, and other USB devices to your setup
- USB bus power (< 500mA total consumption)
- Dimensions: 22.24" x 5.47" x 2.13"
- Weight: 2.21 lbs.
- Includes USB cable an M1 Le software synthesizer