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It's an electronic keyboard, that has been around for many years, much similar to a Piano, but with the differences of being able to save music, more variation on instrument selection and also accompaniments that can be played underneath the main part.
A digital piano makes music electronically rather than by hitting strings with a hammer. The digital piano consists of two major parts: the keyboard/pedals and the synthesizer.
The Keyboard is designed to feel as much like a regular piano as possible. On a standard acoustic piano, pressing a key removes the damper from the strings and causes a hammer to strike the strings. The harder the key is pressed the harder the hammer hits the strings. Holding the key down allows the note to continue. Letting the key up causes the damper to silence the note.
This mechanical action produces a certain feel to the keys which pianists are used to. High quality digital keyboards have a mechanical structure to simulate the feel an acoustic piano. Instead of a hammer and damper, they have electronic sensors to determine when a key is pressed or released, and how hard the key is pressed. This information can then either be sent to the synthesizer or recorded digitally in a MIDI file to be played back later. The keyboard has the full 88 keys of a standard piano.
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