You can control the the TX-6 over USB-C through external MIDI devices or iOS hardware. You'll also find six stereo inputs, two outputs, a headphone jack and Bluetooth. While the display is unsurprisingly a very small 48×64 monochrome panel, that sacrifice might be worthwhile when Teenage Engineering claims you'll eke out eight hours of battery life. You can even use the TX-6 as an ultra-compact DJ mixer by turning it on its side.
The TX-6 is available now for $1,199. That's a lot to spend on a mixer this small and it's easy to find mini-mixers from Behringer, Yamaha and others with control and port combos that may be more to your liking. The sheer variety of features might prove alluring, though, and it's hard to deny that Teenage Engineering's signature design could make a difference.