Summary: this was literally plug and play, this is about the same size as my mac book and i love the feeling of this keys on the keyboard. despite the keys being smaller then the real keys on a piano i'd say this is an amazing product. very portable fits along side in my laptop case. i was surprised by its quality and the feel of it. if your having second thought about this, DON'T it is worth the money, it works fantastic and thats all i could say about.
Summary: Bought this keyboard as a Christmas gift for my son, who has had no complaints with it. When it arrived, I thought it looked like a toy, but he likes the small size. It fits into his backpack and is lightweight, meaning it can be transported easily. Great price too!
Summary: this thing has so many good things going for it. it has a very gate arp. with tons of settings, a bpm button, a sustain button, plus it spans 7 (or 8) full octaves. downsides being that the keys are small enough that i somtimes hit wrong keys, and the keys are 'gooey', there for the velocity controll is difficult, yes, t HAS velocity controll.
Summary: for christmas i wanted a usb keyboard and a music software, i got them both (yay!) but when i plugged this keyboard into my windows 7 computer it didn't work, i was mad but after some research i found out that the reason it wasn't was because of my system, and that is why i am writting this review, to warn anyone that wants this and has 7 to not buy it, i put three stars only because it didn't come with a warning or system requirements on the package or on the details...
Summary: Just in case you aren't sure... this device is easily picked up as a MIDI controller in Linux (I'm using KXStudio). I use it with Pianoteq and now I have the smallest biggest sounding piano I can imagine, and I can easily route it to any other app in my DAW.
Summary: I use FL Studio 10 on a laptop that i like to bring around with me to friend's houses, the laundromat, etc. The LPK25 is the perfect edition to my traveling studio! It is a great price for the quality...it does not feel like a cheap toy (like some other MIDIs in the same price range) the key sizes are perfect, and it still fits in my backpack with my laptop. It's perfect for easily, and effortlessly trying different riffs, and progressions. Any downsides?
Summary: I was delighted to find that this works perfectly with GarageBand on an iPad2, so long as you have one of those USB-to-dock connecter things. I've never been able to get happy with a touchscreen keyboard, even on the spacious iPad2, but this small and lightweight device is just big enough for my semi-thick fingers to feel like I'm actually playing a keyboard, and enter key parts sufficiently well for GarageBand.