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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Casio WK 210 Review

The Casio WK-210 Keyboard

The Casio WK 210 is the successor to the excellent Casio WK-110 digital keyboard. It basically improves on the WK-110's design in every way. From better key action to more polyphony and sounds, all for only $225. What's not to like?

Additional Features Not Found On The WK-110

What's different about the WK-210 is that it is loaded with more digital effects and an arpeggiator. The new digital reverb effects are quite rare on such a low-priced keyboard - it's nice to see such high end features begin to trickle down the product line.

The arpeggiator is great. For those of you who aren't sure what that means, it basically plays a series of notes (an arpeggio) when you press a single key. Arpeggios are pretty difficult to play, and this makes it a lot easier. Especially for someone just starting out!

In addition it has improved speakers, a larger sequencing bank, and better connectivity!

The WK-210 is a great addition to Casio's product line, and I highly recommend it.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this. I've been looking for a keyboard recently and this was one that looked good. Two questions though. How well does it go separately as both a midi controller and a stand alone keyboard? And secondly as an entry level keyboard, how does this compare with other possibly cheaper ones?