Plixio 61-key electric piano keyboard is an entry-level portable keyboard, features USB & MP3 Input, 10 rhythms, 16 tones.
Pros & Cons
- Pros: Cheap (most tempting reason to buy it), 61-keys
- Cons: Keys are non-sensitive, overall build is okay
This is a cheaper option compared to the entry-level keyboards from Casio and Yamaha. It has 61 keys and lots of features, although it doesn’t come with touch-sensitive keys (required for serious playing).
This is a nice starter instrument for young beginners. The smaller size makes it easy for kids to transport back and forth from school or music lessons.
However, the sound quality and build quality is not that great (as per the price). Casio and Yamaha are way better but they would cost more than double (their entry-level model).
So buy this only if you’re low on budget, or if its for a kid to have some fun.
- 61 keys, 10 rhythms, 16 tones, six demo songs
- Various sound effects
- Includes a microphone that plugs into the back of the keyboard.
- Works on batteries (six AA) or using the plug-in power adapter.
- 3.5mm audio jack allows you to use headphones for listening
- Includes programming and recording functionality
- Lesson mode teaches basics
- Weight: 6.8 pounds, Dimensions: 31.5 x 2.5 x 12 inches
- One-year warranty.
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