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My local target had this in stock for about 5$ more than the online price. They price matched it to the online price (they said they do PM during holidays). I used it with the $10 gift card deal to make it sweeter.
Great reviews and specs:
Play a piano piece with ease on a portable and lightweight CTK-2080 keyboard from Casio. Built-in metronome keeps your playing up to speed. Touch-sensitive keys let you put real feeling into the notes. LCD display makes it easy to change the sound of the instrument. You can pick from more than 400 different tones.
Features: LCD Display, MIDI Interface, Touch-Sensitive Keys, Portable, Polyphonic, Built-In Metronome, Built-In Speakers
Input Type: Stereo Mini
Output Type: USB 2.0
Body Material: Plastic
Number of Keys: 61
Number of Tones: 400
Number of Accompaniments: 150
Maximum Polyphony: 48-Note Maximum Polyphony
Number of Demo Songs: 110
Speaker Size: 10.0 cm.
Includes: Music Rest, Stand, AC Power Adapter, Music Book
Dimensions: 3.64 " H x 37.25 " W x 12.07 " D
Weight: 7.5 Lb.
Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
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I purchased this one you linked for $90 from a local store that had picks up overstock from our Costco (so, it is like a Big Lots version of Costco merchandise, which is flat out awesome). I only played around with it in store (christmas gift for my 4-year old), but it seemed pretty damn nice. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it.
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Hmm.. One of the reviews states it is not touch sensitive...
I actually played with one on display at the store during my lunch today. It is very nice. I bought it for my almost 8 year old. She is so over the kiddie versions for around $40 at Toys R Us. I thought it was quite responsive.
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