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Looking to class up the lobby of your corporate HQ? Yamaha may have the answer: a high tech piano with voce activation and a touch-screen monitor, built around an Intel Pentium III computer chip. According to a Reuters story Yamaha planned to make just three of the pianos to celebrate the company's 100th year of manufacturing, showcasing them around the world, but to the company's surprise, some dealers were interested in the $330,000 Disklavier Pro 2000. Each takes seven months to hand-build in Japan.
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Author:Comeau-Kirschner, Cheryl
Publication:Chief Executive (U.S.)
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jun 1, 2000
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