Sony has been quietly selling off some of its most valuable digital cameras in the past few years.
The company announced last week that it would sell a $1,000 digital piano to a private collector for $20k less than the asking price, a move that may help offset the mounting costs of the company’s massive camera lineup.
Sony has sold a lot of digital cameras, including the $1.4 billion PS3, $1 billion PlayStation 4, and $4 billion PlayStation Vita.
The PS3 and Vita were the only digital cameras to sell well during Sony’s last financial crisis.
The digital piano, meanwhile, will be available for sale for $1k less, and is slated to be delivered in November 2018.
Sony will be making the piano available to the public at a sale price of $1 million, and it will be delivered to the buyer’s address.
Sony’s piano has a built-in digital camera.
A lot of the digital cameras we have, we sell for $150, $200, $250, or $300.
We think this piano is an interesting piece of history.
It has been used by the family and the family of people who work there, and the digital pianos are great for making sure you have something that you can keep for a long time.
This piano has been on the market for three years, so it’s going to be a very interesting thing to see how this piano sells out, and how much it sells.
There’s a lot to like about this piano, and there’s a great price to it, so we think it’s a good purchase.
Sony did not immediately respond to a request for comment on this story.