While the Tenori-On's breathtaking design and ease-of-use is hard to resist, only performing electronic musicians will be able to justify its high price and tap into the device's more advanced applications.
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As a less-expensive version of the first Tenori-On music sequencer, the "O" succeeds in preserving functionality, but lacks the beauty and portability of the original.
CNET Editor Donald Bell offers his hands-on impressions of the Yamaha Tenori-On O music sequencer.
Take a hands-on look at the Yamaha Tenori On "O," a relatively inexpensive alternative to the Tenori-On "W" music sequencer.
The second generation of the Yamaha Tenori-On electronic music sequencer offers most of the features of the $1,500 original, but retails for $999.
While the Tenori-On's breathtaking design and ease-of-use is hard to resist, only well-paid electronic musicians will be able to justify its high price and tap into the device's advanced applications.
Donald Bell gets a sneak peak at Yamaha's futuristic Tenori-On music tablet and talks to the man behind it all, Yu Nishibori.
Donald Bell offers his review of the Yamaha Tenori-On electronic music instrument.
Donald Bell puts together a slide show of the Yamaha Tenori-On music sequencer.
The Yamaha Tenori-On is a futuristic music sequencer made for electronic musicians. It's hard not to covet the Tenori-On's bold design and blinking lights, but its high price and limited features make it a relatively niche music instrument.