M-Audio’s smallest keyboard controllers get a new look at Musikmesse.

The Keystation Mini 32 already had an advantage over its portable competitors using 32 keys instead of the standard 25 keys you see on most mini controllers. Aside from the new black body, nothing else seems to have changed on the Mini 32. You still get the same keybed, volume knob and configuration buttons on the left hand side.

The Oxygen 25 gets a more drastic change in 2014 compared to its 3rd generation. Besides the new look, we see an addition of 8 orange-lit drum pads as well as more elegant rotary knobs which are now placed at the top center of the keyboard.

Both new mini keyboard controllers are USB-powered and work with iOS devices through the CCK.

The Mini 32 and Oxygen 25 will be available this summer for respectively $49.99 and $99.99

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