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Casio releases tiny 12-megapixel compact

By - September 3, 2007 12 Pictures
September 4, 2007 In years gone by, we wondered what we were going to do with the huge amounts of data from our decadent five and seven-megapixel digital compact cameras. At such a minute level of detail, surely the megapixel war was over in the compact digital market. Nobody told Casio though, with their latest Exilim release packing a colossal 12-megapixel image sensor. Each shot at the EX-Z1200’s highest setting now takes up nearly 8mb of card storage, and you’ll now need a 4000x3000 pixel monitor if you want to display your holiday snaps at full resolution. Read More
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Casio shows prototype of the world’s fastest digital camera

By - September 2, 2007 6 Pictures
September 3, 2007 UPDATED - NEW IMAGES - Casio has used the IFA expo in Berlin to unveil a prototype design of what can be reasonably expected to be the world’s fastest digital camera. Though its key specs are nothing special - 6.0 megapixels and 12x optical zoom with image stabilization - the prototype has a new high speed CMOS sensor and high speed LSI image processing chip and can shoot still images at a remarkable 60 frames per second and VGA resolution movies at 300 frames per second, offering ultra-slow motion replay to non-professionals for the first time. Read More
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New Casio EXILIM digital cameras tailored for YouTube capture

By - July 18, 2007 8 Pictures
July 19, 2007 Casio's latest EXILIM Digital Camera release is embracing the widespread penetration of the Youtube phenomenon by including YouTube capture mode software for recording, storing and uploading video. Following a trend already apparent in recent product releases from Apple and LG, the new EX-S880 and EX-Z77 facilitate multiple movie uploads directly to YouTube and other video sharing web sites as well as adding optimization for eBay photos and enhanced blur reduction and face recognition capacity. Read More
— Wearable Electronics

Casio reclaims the title of world's smallest GPS watch

By - August 22, 2006 5 Pictures
August 23, 2006 Casio was the first watch manufacturer to create a wristwatch with a built-in Global Positioning System (GPS) way back in June, 1999 with the release of the SATELLITE NAVI as the top model of the outdoor watch series, PROTREK. It created a new genre of wrist worn devices but alas, in the ensuing seven years, the likes of Garmin, Suunto and Timex have come out with smaller, more elegant wrist worn GPS solutions but as of September 30, Casio will be back with the smallest GPS watch available in the form of the GPR-100 priced at JPY54,000 (USD$464). To achieve its goal, Casio has had to develop a “microminiature high sensitivity GPS reception antenna of length 19mm” and a small advanced GPS module (11mm-12mm). The result is the world’s lightest GPS watch, weighing just 64 grams, and the world’s smallest GPS watch at 63.1mm x 49.5mm x 17.1mm. Read More
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Casio Announces the 7 Megapixel PRO EX-P700

By - November 22, 2004 2 Pictures
November 23, 2004 Casio has added the 7.2 megapixel EXILIM PRO EX-P700 to its range of ultra-compact, high-performance digital cameras. Squeezing in a 2.0-inch LCD screen, 4X optical zoom and an exceptionally fast 0.01 second release time lag, the EX-P700 is due for release in January 2005 for US $600. Following in the footsteps of the EX-P600, the EX-P700 offers an impressive, flexible package. Featuring a 4X optical zoom (coupled with 4X digital zoom), a large 2.0-inch LCD screen, 7.2 million megapixel CCD and fast-response, the camera offers enhanced performance from the same body size as its predecessor. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Casio introduces a heavy duty PDA

By - November 19, 2004 1 Picture
November 20, 2004 Casio has announced the release of the new IT-10 Enterprise PDA. Engineered for heavy duty use in tough field environments as well as retail applications, the IT-10 is drop, shock, water and dust resistant. The device will be available in Japan and the USA in December for a RRP of US $999. The IT-10 offers exceptional portability along with high-speed, high-capacity data processing. It's range of functions are designed to suit a variety of tasks such as retail store management, sales force automation, equipment/facilities maintenance management and market research applications. The IT-10 offers a higher level of performance by offering greater durability, a high resolution VGA display that is both advantageous for web- based application developers as well as allowing easy viewing for users, and a high capacity battery for extended operation time between charges. Read More
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Casio's Latest Edition To The QV Range.

By - October 9, 2004 1 Picture
October 10, 2004 Its dimensions are a tiny 88.3(W) x 60.4(H) x 33.4(D) mm but the new Casio QV-R61 also takes six megapixel shots, making it a powerful but compact camera for discerning users. As an entry level model it boasts a 2-inch LCD screen, 3 x optical zoom as well as a help function that provides pop-ups to provide explanations of different icons. All this is wrapped up in a sleek aluminium body. Read More

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