If you’re a karaoke fan and have £10,400 to spare, then the JoySound Festa could be the perfect purchase for your living room.
Spied by Kotaku, this on-demand karaoke system is the latest product from Japanese company Xing.
It makes use of a Wii U console, the Wii U GamePad, and a copy of Nintendo x JoySound Wii Karaoke U, whilst also incorporating a tilting monitor, stand, microphones, and additional content.
As well as housing a library of 90,000 songs, users will also discover exercise videos and vocal exercises, alongside brain training games, puzzles and quizzes.
Squarely aimed at Japan’s leisure industry, it’ll be available from May priced at 1,580,000 yen (£10,400 / $16,000).
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