A piano isn’t a proper piano unless it’s battered, has a few keys missing, and floods the room with dust when you hammer out Chopsticks. At least, that’s my view. Casio would presumably disagree, since it’s in the business of selling shiny new digital pianos like the PX-720 and PX-120, which have just been announced.
They’re 88-key scaled hammer-action pianos, with a choice of colours (silver and dark grey, or silver and light brown for the PX-120, while the PX-720 comes in ash-walnut, cherry and maple editions). Casio reckons the PX-120 is the world’s smallest digital piano to boot, which is good if space is limited in your lounge / music room / en-suite concert hall.
The PX-120 costs £549.99, while the PX-720 costs £649.99. Both also have advanced audio technology, such as Acoustic and Intelligent Filtering, and Tri-element sampling. It is unclear what effect this will have on Chopsticks.
Casio Privia website