Long hours of sitting on system cannot be avoided; excuse is ‘My job is demanding’. Breaking the monotony, one ends up playing songs after downloading them from gamut of online sources available. But Piano lovers need not follow this customary tradition or should rather grab the 1904 Chickering Upright Grand Piano that offers them a platform to give vent to your musical instincts besides meeting their assignments deadlines on its built-in media centre PC. Identified as “Compiano,” this is designed in bravura mahogany and flaunts premium craftsmanship. The gadget pops up this 26-inch wide-screen Philips LCD HDTV/computer monitor with attached stereo speakers followed by its semi-hidden mechanical board.
The piano features a wireless Microsoft keyboard (with incorporated mouse) that offers accessibility to the monitor and computer’s operating system. On the right corner, there is an assigned space to reside remote controls, CDs, DVDs, etc under the mouse-pad.
Runs on XP Media Center Edition, it is complemented with OS remote control, 6.8 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM and a 500 GB hard drive. You can label your name tag at this antique masterpiece by drooping petty sum of $20,000.
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