Although we probably wasn't meant to, we've known about the Roland Boutique range for over a week now after details of the three synths appeared on online shop, zZounds.
Roland, however, has now officially announced the JP-08, JU-06 (pictured) and JX-03, smaller digital versions of the Jupiter-8, Juno-106 and JX-3P classics from the company.
The short introduction video confirms that the three modules come with an optional K-25m keyboard and are battery and USB-powered, while they all have built-in speakers. Other specifications include a 16-step sequencer, "hands-on sound editing" and a 24bit 44.1kHz micro USB audio and MIDI interface.
No prices or release dates have been announced yet, but check them out in action below.