SEGA Toys has just released the “world’s smallest” grand piano in Japan. Priced at a whopping $549, it’s capable of playing over 100 preloaded songs. Video after the break.

But when you press down on a key with, say, a toothpick, it plays that note through its speaker

[via Gizmodo]

SEGA Toys has just released the “world’s smallest” grand piano in Japan. Priced at a whopping $549, it’s capable of playing over 100 preloaded songs. Video after the break.

But when you press down on a key with, say, a toothpick, it plays that note through its speaker

[via Gizmodo]