The lightest of the Triton family (hence Le) but still a powerful workstation sharing the same HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis system, 32MB PCM ROM with 425 multi-samples & 413 drum samples (all 48-kHz). 512 sounds in Program mode (including GM sounds), 384 Combinations each of which can have up to 8 layered/split programs. 2 polyphonic and fully programmable arpeggiators, 16-track sequencer with capacity for 200,000 notes and 200 songs. 89 effects types with routings for 2 master sends and 1 insert send. Sampling is available but only with user installation of the EXB-SMPL board (available separately - and increasingly difficult to find). Another area where corners were cut in producing the Le was the keybed - it's very average, and even though it has channel aftertouch, it's difficult to use expressively. Some users have added weights to give it the feel of a semi-weighted keyboard.
Previously I had several korg wokstations, like the M1, Trinity, X5, and many other Korg products liek the original electribes and Kaoss pad. What i like the most about the Triton is the arpeggiator, the fact that you can send it (when you import the arp to the sequencer) to other gear and software. It is very flexible and easy to modify. Love it.
This is my main controller keyboard for gigs with my band Mordacity. I use it to control my Roland JD-990 and Yamaha Motif rack es. But it has enough internal sounds of its own that are very useable for any live performance. The keys are nice to play and the sound quality is good.