Xkey Air sets you free!
The Bluetooth MIDI Keyboard.
25 real-size keys. Super responsive. Xkey Air adds a max 7ms latency compared to most state-of-the-art USB MIDI keyboards, yielding to an unnoticeable delay when playing live performances.
Ultra Slim. Great Design.
Lighter than an iPad!
Xkey Air is made from rugged, brushed aluminium. The same material that is used in Macs.
It only weighs 610g (1.34 lbs) so you won’t even know it’s there. Pop it in your backpack, or use the optional Xkey carry case.
It’s a high-quality musical instrument.
More octaves than a piano!
And standard size keys.
Xkey Air has two or three octaves … and a quick-touch button to instantly go 3×3 octaves higher or lower.
Our keys are real size keys and press-volume sensitive. So you can play fortissimo or pianissimo. Build emotion into your compositions !
Mac. iPhone / iPad.
(PC and Android can be connected with the WIDI BUD accessory)
Slip Xkey Air into your backpack or carry case and you’re good to go.
Connect it to your favorite device, launch your favorite app … and your recording studio is open for business. Xkey Air is pro standard.
But even if you’re still learning to play the keyboard, you’ll love the quality and features.
Wireless & Low Latency
Bluetooth 4 MIDI controller. Low latency!
Long Battery Life
Powered by a lithium battery for hours of music creation
Real Size Keys
25 or 37 full size keys
Robust, high quality construction. Looks great. Same finish as a MacBook.
Download the free Xkey Plus application. Configure your keyboard how you like it.
Use Xkey with your favorite music apps on your favorite devices. Works out of the box.
For iPhone or iPad. Compatible with hundreds of free and pro apps.
Your pressure on the keys controls the effect individually. Professional studio standard feature.
Made for travelers and mobile users. Fit in any bag & case!
Benefit from upcoming new features. Upgrade your Xkey online!
Octave Change, Pitch Bend, Modulation, and Sustain function buttons.
Play loud with one hand, soft with the other. There’s 128 levels of sensitivity.