The Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano is a Handful of Musical Fun

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 8, 2012 • References: thinkgeek &
Pianos can be both expensive and space-consuming, but the Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano offers an intriguing alternative that addresses both of those concerns. It is a hi-tech accessory that allows aspiring pianists to practice wherever and whenever they want. The gadget slips onto the wrist and fingers of the player for a virtual musical experience.

Developed by Think Geek, the Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano plays a note when the wearer presses his or her fingers onto a hard surface. Capable of playing one full octave range, it also has three volume levels and three sound banks, which include the traditional piano sound, chiming bells and quirky cat meows. It operates on batteries.

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