YPD model: the best Yamaha electronic keyboard for beginners?

Since most of the lessons and practices of an amateur pianist will be performed at home, probably with a Yamaha digital piano with weighted keys and hours after hours of practice, it is necessary for customers to ensure which model keyboard is the safest.
There are plenty of musical brands producing compact digital pianos such as Casio, Korg, Kawai, etc.None on the marketlooks as much like an acoustic piano version as all those belonging to the YDP (Yamaha Digital Piano) series. With its console style, adaptable to the interiors, they are a solid wood instrument that, at first sight, looks like traditional keyboards, but they merge with the most interesting qualities of an electronic model.

So, this class of Yamaha electronic keyboard for beginners , with its three pedals, and it’s more than comfortable supports, have everything that a novice needs: 88 standard keys -which can vary according to the model-, hammer graduated and several levels of response to touch.
The interface of this series is very simple to understand, because it only has a couple of buttons to which it is easy to adapt and from which you can control everything immediately. This quality does not vary between series and series, although some musicians insist that some keyboards are a real nightmare when controlling keys and buttons simultaneously.
On the other hand, the external connections and auxiliary inputs of this model are typical of the best Yamaha digital pianoand, like others, allows the connection and transfer of acoustic data with smart devices such as Android and iOs.
Their polyphonic voices sound very natural, and if certain musicians are opposed to this idea, it will be more a matter of habit than of reality, especially when most people are concerned that this model is the best that Yamaha has released to the market.
Of its functions, there is no more to say, but if you have to dress the reasons that make this an optimal option for beginners, it is only to mention its 3 piano voices, 2 electric, organ, harpsichord, and vibraphone.