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145 in stock
Regular price $ 9.95 Save $ -9.95

Compose a tiny tune with the new TinyPiano! Built around the ATtiny841 microcontroller, this product features:

  • 9 capacitive touch sensors
  • 10 pre-loaded Nokia style ringtones
  • A loud magnetic buzzer
  • Simple coin cell power
  • Seven of the capacitive touch sensors are piano keys and play different pitches.
  • On either side of the keyboard is a functioning touchpad. Touching the lower pad while playing the keys will result in a lower octave. The high pad will give you a higher octave.
  • Touching both function keys at the same time will play one of 10 randomly selected ringtones!


  • 8 KB Flash Memory
  • 512 Bytes SRAM and EEPROM
  • Voltage: 1.7V - 5.5V


  • CR2032 3V Lithium Battery Coin Cell


    • 33mm x 44mm x 12mm (1.30 inches x 1.73 inches x 0.47 inches)
    • Weight: 9.5 grams (.335 ounces)
    • NOTES
    • The TinyPiano uses an ATtiny841 Microcontroller, but since it doesn't have USB support, it is not re-programmable without some serious hacking.
    • The tunes programmed on each TinyPiano are randomly selected from a set of 200 tones during the manufacturing process. Most examples of TinyPiano are unique! 

      There’s no soldering, programming, or glue required to assemble the TinyPiano. All you need is the package, the parts in it, and about two minutes before you can compose a tiny tune with your TinyPiano!

      To view assembly instructions for the TinyPiano please visit our learn page. 

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 11 reviews
      Darcy D
      Tiny playing piano toy

      The cutest! My grandson loved it.

      Chris Marentette
      Great toy for a musician or anybody

      Bought as a gift for a musician but anybody would enjoy playing with this toy.

      Tiny Piano was a great hit.

      My wife was a budding concert pianist who gave it up a few years ago due to a shoulder injury. The piano was a 'gag' gift. She has looked at it over and over and keeps telling me how happy it makes her feel and that maybe she'll start to play again.