Yamaha Design “Synapses” PSR-E323/E223
A simple digital keyboard with an intuitive interface that even beginners can use.
An entry-level instrument with a simple, friendly form that lets both adult and child alike experience the joy of playing for the first time.
The body has been given a reserved presence, inviting the eye to the central operations panel. Both the left and right sides of the instrument have been cut back dramatically for much slimmed-down look, so that the panel screen appears to be floating at the center of the body.
With large, colorful buttons patterned after building blocks to catch the eye, this multi-functional design offers a wealth of enjoyment at the push of a button, and feels great to the touch.
The panel is divided into nine different zones, for intuitive use of the instruments many functions. The layout emphasizes user-friendliness, as evidenced by the accompaniment buttons that have been laid out on the left side of the console for easy access with the left hand when performing.
- Toshihide Suzuki
- Yamaha Design Laboratory