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Casio promises improved sound, better playability and more features with its new affordable CDP-S digital pianos

Casio CDP-S360 and CDP-S110
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Casio has unveiled new versions of two of its affordable compact digital pianos - the CDP-S360 and CDP-S110.

While neither of these is particularly pricey, the CDP-S360 is the more capable, and now enables you to add Bluetooth audio and MIDI functionality via the optional WU-BT10 adapter.

Polyphony has been increased, too, from 64 to 128 notes, and the piano tone has improved decay. A white colour option has also been added to the range.

The CDP-S360 comes with 200 rhythms and 700 tones, covering both keyboard instruments and strings, wind and percussion. It’s compatible with the CS-470P fixed three-pedal stand and SP-34 three-pedal unit.

Casio CDP-S360 and CDP-S110

(Image credit: Casio)

The CDP-S110 is the successor to the CDP-S100, which we rate as one of the best digital pianos for beginners. Like the CDP-S360, it features an 88-note scaled hammer action keyboard, and still promises an authentic piano sound.

In fact, a total of 10 tones are included, and you also get what’s described as a high-quality speaker system. You can have this one in black or white.

The CDP-S360 costs £529, and the CDP-S110 is priced at £389. Both models are available now, and you can find out more on the Casio website.

Casio CDP-S360 and CDP-S110

(Image credit: Casio)

I’m the Group Content Manager for MusicRadar, specialising in all things tech. I previously spent eight years working on our sister magazine, Computer Music. I’ve been playing the piano, gigging in bands and failing to finish tracks at home for more than 30 years, 20 of which I’ve also spent writing about music technology.