The Williams allegro 88-key digital piano offers you a real piano-like feel and sound in a portable solution, at a price that is hard to resist. This is a good alternative for beginners, who normally turn to a Casio for value-for-money. For those looking for a better sounding (good samples across all the octaves) & real weighted hammer action, 88-keys piano should look at other options.
PROS Easy to Use, Affordable, Touch sensitive & Weighted Keys
CONS Sound quality is better in the middle octaves, Heavy
A good blend of features, pricing, and quality is usually offered by Casio & Yamaha, but even Williams pianos seem to be competing with them in the "budget keyboard" segment.
The williams allegro definitely impresses you with the overall package, and with external amplification it definitely sounds a lot better. Considering the price, this is a decent & compact instrument suitable for learning.
Here's what one of the users had to say about this product:
"For the price, this instrument blows most other digital piano I've seen, especially with external amplification. If you want a decent instrument to learn on, or want to save space, you can't go wrong with this for the price. Despite a few operational quirks, I am very pleased."
A good 88-key piano with weighted keys and a reasonable sound quality; more importantly its available at an extremely low price. The Williams Allegro 88-key digital piano is suitable for beginners and for those who want a second practice piano.