88 key keyboard.
Not bad sound of some electric keyboards (rhodes. ..) quite succeeded. They can edit and add effects (quite discreet) them even adjustable: reverb, tremolo ....
Complete Connectivity: midi, usb, ethernet, line in and out.
Nothing to say
The touch is good but I am newbie so not very reliable. But taking courses on a real piano, it has nothing to do, do not dream. Especially in terms of sensitivity. It happens faster at max volume if you press the button a bit hard on it.
The piano sound is good. Others, it is more of a gadget. Although, the electric piano is still quite succeeded. After, guitar, strings and other choirs, that's fair toy. But hey, we bought this kind of product to carry the piano, right?
I use it for 6 months. I made this choice of a piano midrange because from this model, the sound of the piano is correct. Otherwise, it was the 2 * 5W on HP 5cm, it really sucks. That the fifth, when pushing the volume up, it still had good sound.
What I like least is the design and color that cheesy faux mahogany, it really sucks. But the glossy black finish was 300 € more. Should not messing around. I almost took a model with a more modern look but they just had to have the default sound rather weak hence the choice.
I think I would do this choice even though I hate to have a real piano that even if some apparent discrepancies will always sound better than a clavinova. Anyway, now I can play at 3am at headphone without pissing anyone, even when it's huge.