EDIT: The keyboard is lighted - as in the keys have lights (LEDs) embedded in them. I know there are weighted keyboards. But those are beyond my budget. Of course the weighted ones feel more authentic - I have played with the keys of a real Grand Piano at my University - and I know why it costs so much.
Level: Absolute beginner
Problem: Stuck at the choice of buying a new piano.
Specific case: Whether or not to go for a piano with lighted keys.
Here I am specifically referring lighted keyboards. I have short-listed the following two keyboards.
The first has lighted keyboards and the manufacturer touts that it will make the learning process easier. Before I go for any kind of keyboard, I would like to know what would suit me the best. Also, what are the other factors that I should include to make an informed decision (e.g. touch-sensitivity is an important feature - or so I have read on numerous forums)? Any advice, esp. from a person who remembers to have passed through this stage, is highly appreciated.
My current objective is just to entertain myself. I am not a particular fan of any artist but I love to listen amazing pieces like "Canon in D", "Rondo alla turca", "Symphony 25", "K 216 #3", "Barber of Seville". Someday I would like to play them.