The One Smart Piano wants to teach you how to playAvailable as a full-size upright piano or a more compact keyboard, the One syncs with your phone or tablet and uses clever LED lights to help you learn to play.
[MUSIC] Hey, I'm here on the CEF Unveiled Show for The One smart piano. This is a $1500 upgrade electronic piano that works with an app to help teach you how to play better. To hook it up with your tablet, your phone, even your computer and then follow along with LED light as they guide you through the music that you're playing that will synch up with the sheet music in the app. Or with the video lesson that you're watching. It also has a Guitar Hero-esque sort of game mode where the notes will cascade down and correspond with the keys on the piano, they'll light up as they need to be played. You'll follow along and get points. Now this upright model is a full size piano with full damper pedals down below. It's got volume controls and a built in metronome. A lot of the basics you expect for an electronic piano. If $1500 is a little too much for you there's also a smaller keyboard version that has all the same features, the same app And that sells for $300. The ONE Smart Piano was one of the most successful music tech products on Indiegogo last summer when it had its campaign. Now it's out for sale. We'll be testing it out in the CNET smarthome this year. [SOUND]