Boring USB keyboards for connecting to computers: no matter how many manufacturers make nearly-identical models, more appear. Korg has a mostly-nondescript line of new USB keyboards that would fit that description, but with a twist. They’ve included an unusual, tiny joystick that fills in for your mouse when using a computer. I tried to get a feel for it in a casual test, but found it awkward — I’d rather just buy a cheap USB trackball and sit it on my keyboard. (And why not build in a trackpad instead?) Of course, I never liked those rubber nibs on the IBM ThinkPad notebooks, either, so this could be a matter of taste. Korg has also included the Korg M1 Le, in case you’re a big M1 fan, and offer an upgrade to the full Digital Legacy Collection at a discount.