Casio AP-270 White



Pros and cons

According to our Digital piano expert
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the 88 keys featuring a weighted hammer mechanism, you'll feel like you're playing an acoustic piano.
  • Pros:
    With the included sustain, sostenuto, and soft-control pedals, you can extend and accentuate the keystrokes with your feet.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the integrated speakers, the sound comes directly from the piano.
  • Con:
    It's not possible to connect hardware such as a synthesizer to the piano via a MIDI cable.
Product Expert digital pianos


Do you like playing on an acoustic piano, but don't have room for a grand piano at home? Take a look at the Casio AP-270. The keys with weighted hammer mechanism feel and play the same as the keys of a grand piano. As a result, you can easily distinguish soft keystrokes from harder ones and put more feeling into your playing. Switch on Duo Mode if you want to play or practice with someone else. This function splits the keyboard into 2 parts, allowing 2 people to play at the same time. Thanks to the integrated speakers, the sound comes directly from the piano. Connect your headphones if you want to practice quietly.


Included by default

  • Sustain, sostenuto, and soft-control pedals
  • Underframe
  • Headphone hook
  • Sheet music stand
  • Power cable

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