While 2020 was a bit of a shitshow in almost every way, it did have the fringe benefit of giving all of us time to focus more on the hobbies we’d been neglecting when we weren’t trapped inside. If you’re anything like us, that meant brushing up on the musical skills that had gone by the wayside for ages. We’ve always wanted to learn to play piano, and the PocketPiano One Modular Electronic Keyboard made that idea a reality. Unlike other full-size options that are incredibly tedious to transport, PocketPiano One is built around a control module with 7 seven separate octave sets that combine to create an 87 key full-size keyboard if you want, but they can also be used separately. Combine that with two pedals, easy USB charging, and a charger/carrying bag, and it’s easier than ever to learn / practice / perform on the go. Since it can be hooked up with Bluetooth and controlled via iOS or MacOS, it also has all the connectivity you need for a modern setup. But again, and most importantly, the magnetically linked pieces make it easier than ever to work on scales, learn new pieces, or perform for a crowd. PocketPiano even has 8 – 12 levels of key sensitivity so you can play whatever way you want.