A piano, drum kit and MPC you can throw in a backpack.

Sensel is showing off its innovative Morph interface at this week’s NAMM show, and FACT got to try out what could be a great new way for people to make music.

The Sensel Morph consists of a pressure-sensitive device that’s designed to be used with different overlays. It’s capable of becoming a piano, drum kit or even an MPC-style instrument that can be used with your hands or even drumsticks.

While its portability could make it a popular choice for artist that want to make music on the go, its versatility is what makes it stand out – as well as working as a musical instrument, there are overlays for gaming, typing, editing and graphic design.

Initially launched on Kickstarter in 2015, the Sensel Morph is now available for pre-order to everyone. The Sensel Morph base with case and one overlay costs $249.99, with additional overlays costing $24.99 each.

Find out more at the Sensel website and look out for more FACT coverage from NAMM 2017 this week.

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