Segatoys Grand-Pianist Miniature Piano Is Insanely Small & Expensive

Ed Steele August 7, 2007 4

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The Segatoys Grand Pianist piano has 88 playable working keys and each key is only 4mm wide. This marvel has more than 100 tunes in memory and the keys actually move in time with the music. The Grand Pianist measures 9.8 inches wide, 7.1 inches high folded and 13 inches deep. Expandable via SD card slot and only $549 at Audio Cubes.
In comparison an antique Steinway will set you back $150,000, making the Segatoys Grand Pianist a steal!
Grand Pianist Product Page ($549)
Grand Pianist Demo Video (Insane)
Steinway “Centennial” for $150k

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4 Comments »

  1. birq August 7, 2007 at 3:54 am -

    If the piano is 7″ high, to have someone play it you’d need at least a 10″ pianist.
    Thank you. I’m here all week.

  2. Johnny August 7, 2007 at 4:27 pm -

    Oh, man, birq. I bet you just ran around the room hugging yourself and going “Heeheehee!” after typing that.

  3. birq August 8, 2007 at 2:53 am -

    I’m always running around the room, hugging myself and going “Heeheehee.” I had to take a break to stop and type.

  4. Peter Vaillancourt October 31, 2007 at 11:26 pm -

    This Miniature Grand Piano is incredible – WOW!!! I wouldn’t mind owning one. Very impressive.