Reviews by bfields
does one thing and does it well!
I'm kind of sad to see this gone. It's obviously extremely specialized--all it does is minor variations on a single drone. And I don't play the kind of music it's intended before. But it was still satisfying to turn it on and sing along with it.
neat, may want your own amp
Pretty similar to the companion "pocket piano": very portable; lots of variety possible from twiddling the knobs, which you can probably figure out just by blind experimentation, or you can consult the key.

It doesn't include a speaker. The included amp is certainly enough to hear what you're doing, but won't really give you any significant bass--using something else will make it sound much better.
Interesting but mystifying
I gave up trying to follow the story at some point and just looked at the art.

Maybe I should give it another shot. Druillet seems to be an important creator, I'm glad we have some of his work.
Distopian sci-fi/adventure
Action/adventure in a science fiction distopia.

I'm enjoying it, but be warned that it's still in progress. (The library has 3 of 4 volumes published so far, and I believe more are still to come.)
interesting, compact, a bit confusing
The membrane keyboard is limiting: for example, I don't think I could reliably play without looking at it. But the keyboard feels better than I expected.

It sounds great. I like that you could probably fit it in a (large) pocket.

There are a lot of options. Buttons and keys often have multiple uses, and I don't find the interface terribly intuitive, so you'll probably want to read the manual carefully if you want to learn all of its features.