So hard to give an opinion when the key aspect of a purchase - your budget is unknown, so whatever I say here is probably not applicable to you, but I will try to cover all bases.
in this demo video, you will find an M-Audio 88 note with faders and knobs. Relatively inexpensive.
But no longer available as new.
Here is what I think regarding controllers.
The most important thing you need is reliability. A reliable device will serve you for over 5 years assuredly and probably up to 10 years, and the peace of mind you get from this lack of failure, makes you a better creative person. Sometimes its worth it to pay a bit for this.
So hard to recommend something that I have not used myself, I usually recommend weighted keys from Yamaha or Roland.
Those with lots of money tend to use something from Doepfer. You see these in a lot of high end composer videos, pretty pricey.
If you do not have a whole lot of money, I would suggest something like a Yamaha P45 which will connect via USB MIDI to any USB on your computer (you most likely need to install the Yamaha USB driver to enable this) .
if you can find a Yamaha P35 it has an advantage - it has standard MIDI ports rather than USB MIDI, which could be an advantage if you wish to control other MIDI devices, without having to us a computer as a thru box. It is also cheaper than the P45, but dare say the P35 is also discontinued.
The key selling point for the “inexpensive” Yamaha keybeds is their reliability.
What I do not appreciate about the cheap Yamaha products is their lack of a Pitch bend or Modulation wheel… if these are important to your workflow.
Then pair this with a Korg Nano Kontrol 2, which is inexpensive - to add sliders and knobs and buttons.
Note this comes in other colors, in case you do not like white…
Or one of the MIDI controllers (only sliders and buttons and knobs) from AKAI or Behringer. I think AKAI still retains their reputation for reliable products.