pretty spendy present! how many octaves?
even with 5 octaves, you're going to have trouble playing full songs. you could maybe play some Bach pieces.
those things are made for synthesizer players. piano is kind of a different instrument. You ideally want at least 76 keys, preferably 88 to do all the songs. With piano, you ideally have a piano teacher who gives you the full scale dive into what you've just jumped into and leads you carefully and quickly along. Plan on doing an hour a day every day of your life. That thing is a pretty specialized instrument. A regular piano teacher probably won't be able to stand that thing and will tell you to buy at least a digital piano instead.
The alternative route, probably the one for you, is to just dink around with a synthesizer. Not playing full songs, but adding short embellishments on top of an existing song. so you'll need to pick out a good (probably software based) synthesizer and look for some synthesizer playing videos maybe. There are piano teachers everywhere, but there are NOT synthesizer teachers everywhere. They're few and far between. Hopefully you are a serious nerd like me who gets into the inner workings of things like synthesizers. Cuz it's kind of a deep topic, lots of software options to weed through. Your path forward is not straightforward.
Musical instruments require dedication and a pretty good chunk of your life. They are, however, very rewarding.