The newest member of Roland's compact digital-piano lineup is the eye-catching F-110, (http://www.rolandus.com/products/productdetails.php?ProductId=1028
), available in either a classy satin black or cool satin white finish. With its 88-key stereo multi-sampled piano and high-quality sounds, plus a unique cabinet with folding lid, acclaimed keyboard touch, and an intuitive user interface, the F-110 is a smart choice for the budget and space-conscious musician. At just 12 inches deep, this streamlined digital piano fits easily into bedrooms and restricted living spaces. The unique folding-lid design covers the keys when closed, and serves as a music holder when open. The F-110 also features Roland's finest concert grand-piano sound, with individual stereo multi-samples for every key. Its robust sound engine responds to the subtlest pressure and nuance ¿¿¿ from the deepest, most powerful bass to the most delicate high notes. Roland's Progressive Hammer Action 'PHA alpha II' keyboard provides the player with the authentic feel of an acoustic grand, with a weightier touch in the lower registers and a lighter touch in the higher registers. Pedal positions are detected smoothly as well, causing the sound to be shaped in direct response to the depth to which a pedal is pushed, creating just the sound you want. The F-110 can be enjoyed day or night, year after year, with perfect sound and performance. There are no strings to tune and there's no need to worry about temperature changes or aging strings. The F-110 also lets you play through its built-in speakers, external output, or privately through headphones. The F-110 will be available in November 2009 with an MSRP of $1,999.00.