The Littlest Casio
By James Grahame
This Casio VL-10 is even smaller than its famous brother, the original VL-Tone. It includes the same cheesy sounds and 29-button chicklet keyboard, along with convenient calculator functionality so you can double-check your record company royalty payments.
Both VL-Tones feature five awful monophonic sounds (basically the same square wave bleep with different amplitude envelopes), a sixth programmable "ADSR" synth mode, and 10 drum rhythms that should be perfect for accompanying your next smash-hit waltz or bossanova.
All kidding aside, the VL-10 is a rare example of 80s calculator style. This one is boxed with the instruction manual and slip-on case. It should fetch a pretty penny.