Segatoys presents its fully functional Miniature Grand Piano. What Segatoys mean as fully functional, has nothing to do with being fully usable. Or usable at all. Each of its 80 keys are about 4 mm thick, so if your planning on cranking out some tunes, you’re going to either have to train a mouse to play, or create paper-thin extensions of your fingers.
Just like a real piano, the notes will come out when the keys are pressed, though through a speaker. The Miniature Grand Pianist keeps over 100 tunes in its memory, with the keys moving according to the recorded music. Each Grand Pianist is custom made with hand inspected materials, and offers high sound quality, rather than the scratchy recording sounds. Such a collectible won’t come cheap though. The Grand Pianist will sest you back $549. — Andrew Dobrow