Excerpt: At the lowest price I could find for a controller keyboard, the Korg nanoKey2 is very impressive. It only has twenty-five keys, but the octave shift buttons allow you to change the octave up and down, giving reach to the full range of notes for electronic music.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: I just got my nanokey2 a few days ago and already love it. The piano keys take some getting used to but after that, it works fine. The only issue I have with it is that when playing notes quickly or rythmically, the keyboard tends to lag just enough to be noticeable.
Excerpt: This is perfect for traveling, living in small spaces, and being able to QUICKLY pull out some keys and lay something down. Setup couldn't have been easier; I just pulled it out of the box and plugged it straight into my vintage 2007 MBP.
Excerpt: This is my first Korg product. I got Korg's all 3 white Slim-Line USB MIDI Controllers. It all started with iMS20 app. I needed small sized midi controllers. Korg's Slim-Line was the perfect choice. Lets describe the product: The nanoKEY2: its very light to carry around, and easily fits in any bag.
Excerpt: For data (note) entry, it does what it says it does. Great price. A little too velocity-sensitive, but maybe there is a way to adjust that. (Haven't read the manual, just started using the device right away).