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Ultra Slim. Great Design.
Lighter than an iPad!
Xkey is made from rugged, brushed aluminium. The same material that is used in Macs.
It only weighs 600g (1.3 lbs) so you won’t even know it’s there. Pop it in your backpack, or use the op...
In this Instagram posted by Dada Life, their CME Xkey 25-key Mobile Keyboard Controller can be seen as part of their gear setup, including their Apple MacBook, [Sennheiser HD 25-1 II Headphones ](http://equipboard.com/items/sennheiser-hd-25-1-ii-headphones), and [SubPac S2](http://equipboard.com/items/subpac-s2). They caption the photo, "Enough to make people move! The new subpac S2 is rocking my world!"more
When I first saw this product, I fell in love with it. But after all it wasn't worth the €100. And I'll tell you why. It's mainly the build quality that bothered me. The piano keys are perfectly fine, except the last CME branded key, because with a bit of pressure on that key I'll break the plastic bottom frame connected to the aluminium frame eventually. You'd also expect the octave shifting keys to be the same like your chiclet keyboard, but hell no... they're rubberized (made out of rubber) causing a really uncomfortable rebound of the key, and also when you press them down you don't really feel like you've pressed it at all. I don't recommend this product for professional use, but it'll do for portables/small studios I guess.