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If your expectations are reasonable (i.e. don't expect a piano for $42) and you have the right application in mind, you may be satisfied.
Sound is a bit tinny but otherwise it serves the purpose of having a portable instrument for German choir practice where the accordion player plays by ear, which causes occasional problems. I hope that with this instrument, I can eliminate some of these problems (I am not choir leader).
Added a year or so later (10-2013): The tone level is a little off (off key), so while it served the intended purpose for a while, since it is no longer properly tuned, it no longer serves the purpose as intended although I can still at least show the accordion player which equivalent key to use on his small keyboard on the left of his accordion. Also, and one reviewer mentioned this already, it needs a hard surface underneath. Because of its length, a fairly long desk or table needs to be available to lie absolutely flat because every bit of "bulge" will distort the sound even more. The keys on mine have not been stuck together, as some people mentioned but are fairly small, so someone with wide fingers would have difficulty hitting the right ones or just one key at a time. I said originally that it sounds A BIT tinny. I would say that was an understatement -- it sounds VERY tinny but that can be expected since there is no resonance space. I thought the price was not outrageous but would have preferred something a little more thought through.
I purchased this as a composer because I just needed something cheap and simple that I could take with me on the go just to plunk out a note or two at a time and write it down. The only reason I gave this two stars instead of one is because it actually does accomplish that to a degree. My problem is that every time I try to play a CMAJ chord, they throw an Eb pitch in there just for kicks and giggles, and that happens with every inversion in EVERY OCTAVE. So, it plays notes, and I can write songs, as long as I never want to write a song in the key of C. Good thing that key is so obscure no one would ever want to use it.
Headphone ports work fine, and it was kind of fun to screw around with for giggles at work with my coworkers. Would not recommend for any kind of piano playing or practicing. Will play 3 notes comfortably (unless its CMAJ), will drop out with four. The presets with all the sound effects and drum beats are more of a novelty than useful. And whoever said it actually sounds like a real piano has obviously never played a real piano. The ability to use it with batteries when not near an outlet is useful because the adapter is fairly short and awkward to plug in. Decent volume.
That said, if you are playing a little slower it works. The headphone jacks work well if you need to practice quietly. This was useful for practicing fingering for songs even with the sound down low or without sound in preparation for band rehearsals. Overall, this is fine for the price but I would recommend trying to get to a real piano if you really need to practice more seriously.