This is certainly a "first world problem", so I'll start with the funny explanation. My mother in law is a piano teacher (kids predominantly) and she has an upright at a small room where she teaches. Now, we often leave our 4-year old daughter there and so her grandma and grandpa have prepared a nice big beautiful room where she plays, etc. However they have a dog who is a bit of a mischief and whenever the kid is there, they just keep the dog closed where the piano is 🤣 I hope you follow. Well, recently the kiddo started showing interest in playing the piano (hurrah!) but it leads to this "infamous" problem of having to move the dog between rooms which is always tricky, etc., etc. Let's not delve too much into this, right! 🤣 So, my mother in law, knowing that I have so many keyboards at home asked me if I have one that we can put in the dedicated kid's room there. Well, I offered my Yamaha refaceCP, but she doesn't like that it has mini keys and believes that the kids should start on regular sized keys, also she prefers hammer action 🤣 Well, turns out I may purchase a very basic (i.e. the cheapest possible, yet not-absolute-rubbish) digital piano. I'll certainly go test what is available but seems like there's not much in availability.
Long story short, Casio CDP-S100 vs Yamaha P45? 😀BTW, I'm wondering if hammer action is really needed here. There are some new Casio keyboards that people seem to be mad about, the CT-S1 and I'm wondering if hammer action and full-size keyboard is really needed for such an occasion. She can always learn seriously on the N1X when needed 🙂