Well, kind of. I just read an announcement about the Korg Triton Taktile. Here's a brief blurb about it:
"TRITON taktile is a USB/MIDI controller that includes 512 program sounds from the legendary Korg TRITON workstation. The sounds range from standards such as electric piano and organ to synth leads for soloing and elegant pads, making this a treasury of sounds that will stimulate and inspire you as a player. You can also control the TRITON taktile from your computer via USB MIDI as an external sound module to enhance your existing music production setup."
So it looks like its a controller keyboard with Triton sound banks. Very interesting, but I find it curious that Korg went back to the Triton series for the sounds, considering that they've had a number of newer generations of synths since the Triton. Perhaps it was more economically feasible for them to do that - I don't know. Not that its a problem as far as I'm concerned. I'm a fan of the Triton and still use my Korg Karma and Micro X, both of which use the Triton sound engine, although I use my M3 more since getting that. But it looks like this new model is available in 61, 49, and 25 key versions. Its also reasonably priced. Looks like its got lots of real time control too. However, they are on pre-order now and not out till June.
Here's a video link: