Piano made up of more than 100 Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablets debuts in London

Piano made up of more than 100 Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablets debuts in London
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is a svelte tablet, regardless if you are talking about the 8-inch model, or the one with a 9.7-inch screen. Both slates are just 5.6mm thin. But when you put a large quantity of them together, you can end up with something rather substantial. For the holiday season, Samsung put together over 100 Galaxy Tab S2 tablets in order to make an upright piano. The result is something to behold. From the tablets displaying the piano keys, to the slates used to build out the rest of the instrument, the tablet piano is a thing of beauty.

Put on display at London’s Spitalfields Market, pianist Myleene Klass was the first to play the tablet piano. Classically trained, Klass unwrapped a giant gift box inside the mall to unveil the instrument. There is no word so far from Samsung about whether the tablet piano is going to tour during the holiday season.


Assuming that the piano is comprised of the 9.7-inch version of the device, the retail value of the tablets used to create the instrument would be approximately $40,000. That is a rough estimate, and if Samsung releases a more official number, we would be glad to update this story.


source: Samsung via DailyMail

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