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The Yamaha Disklavier Mark IV wireless player piano

Peter Rojas
Yamaha Disklavier Mark IV wireless player piano

Yamaha's new Disklavier Mark IV player piano looks pretty much just like any other baby grand piano, except with one difference: you can hook it up to your home wireless network. Alongside all of the strings and felt hammers, they've added a bunch of circuitry and a WiFi connection to the Disklavier Mark IV so you can wirelessly control the piano and what it plays from a WiFi-enabled Pocket PC or Tablet PC. There's even a hard drive for storing all the songs you want it to play, and they also include their SmartKey technology to help you learn how to play the piano, with the Disklavier Mark IV moving the key you're supposed to press and then waiting for your to strike it.

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