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Casio Android Wear watch hands-on: rugged and huge

Casio Android Wear watch hands-on: rugged and huge

A Smart Outdoor Watch from Casio has arrived, ready to roll in three colors with rugged exteriors and Android Wear inside. This device goes by the name WSD-F10, and a 1.32-inch dual layer display. Much like the Moto 360 Sport, this device has the ability to shine brightly with TFT LCD display technology when you're using it indoors, as well as work in the sunlight (in a relative low-power mode) with its monochrome LCD.

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Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch is a ruggedized Android Wear device

Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch is a ruggedized Android Wear device

Casio has unveiled a new Android Wear product at CES 2016 called the WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor watch. The watch has a rugged design that is safe to water depths of 50 meters and built to military standards. The F10 is water resistant in rain and water use scenarios. The watch has Casio apps for outdoor activities like trekking, cycling, and fishing.

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Casio to release smartwatch in early 2016

Casio to release smartwatch in early 2016

Casio, the Japanese watchmaker and undisputed originator of "old school smartwatches" like those seen above, has announced that it's jumping back into the high-tech wearables market currently dominated by Apple and Google. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Casio CEO Kazuhiro Kashio revealed that they are targeting a release in March 2016, and it will be a device that is comfortable and looks good. While "looking good" is certainly a subjective statement, Casio will have their work cut out for the next nine months.

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Casio to host retro smartwatch museum exhibition

Casio to host retro smartwatch museum exhibition

Smartwatches and wearables in general may finally be a "thing" today, but that might not have even been possible were it not for the one true originator. That's right, Casio. The Toshio Kashio Memorial Foundation, named after Toshio Kashio, who founded the Casio in 1957 with his brothers, is going to hold an exhibit on the company's watches from 30 and 40 years ago, then considered high-tech with features like calculators and calendars. Think of it as a museum exhibit on "classic smartwatches."

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Apple Watch finally gets a Casio calculator interface with Geek Watch

Apple Watch finally gets a Casio calculator interface with Geek Watch

As soon as the Apple Watch was first revealed last September, there were jokes and comparisons made about similarities between it and the old school Casio calculator watch. Well, they don't all that much in common besides the shape, but the Casio did all of a sudden become the retro-chic alternative for hipsters too cool for Apple's new smartwatch. Anyway, skip forward to today, and now we can finally have both in one package: the classic interface of a $20 wrist calculator, and the package of a $400 mini computer.

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Casio Exilim MR1 selfie camera hides lens behind a mirror

Casio Exilim MR1 selfie camera hides lens behind a mirror

Casio's camera arm has announced a new camera that is aimed directly at the user who takes lots of selfies. The camera is called the Exilim MR1 and it is available for about $330 in Hong Kong. The camera has a 14MP sensor under the front cover of a device that looks a lot like an old school mobile phone. The shiny mirror makes it easy to align your selfie.

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Casio ClassWiz fx-991EX scientific calculator has a spreadsheet function

Casio ClassWiz fx-991EX scientific calculator has a spreadsheet function

Casio is one of the biggest names in scientific calculators. Students and professionals all around the world are familiar with the Casio name when it comes to calculators. Casio has announced a new calculator called the fx-991EX that has a first for the industry, a spreadsheet function. The new calculator will launch in Q1 2015 and brings with it a high resolution LCD.

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Casio EXILIM EX-FR10 can split up for “freestyle shooting”

Casio EXILIM EX-FR10 can split up for “freestyle shooting”

You may have heard or even seen for yourself the new generation of selfie-friendly digital cameras, but none of those probably have anything on Casio's newest wonder. The EXILIM EX-FR10 transcends the camera maker's previous selfie-centric EXILIM TR line by introducing a camera that can be split into two parts to make it easier to take photos in almost any angle or distance. And yes, that includes selfies, too.

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Casio G-SHOCK GBA-400 puts features where they belong

Casio G-SHOCK GBA-400 puts features where they belong

Smartwatches are becoming a fad but veteran watch maker Casio isn't taking the bait. Instead of overloading its Bluetooth-enabled G-SHOCK GBA-400 with smartphone features, it is taking the opposite approach and is putting the "smart" back into the smartphone but still leaves the watch in control.

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Casio’s two new watches are smart, but they aren’t smartwatches

Casio’s two new watches are smart, but they aren’t smartwatches

Casio, who were repsonsible for one of the first smartwatches around, have gone a different direction. While still “smart”, their two new pieces don’t go the way of a digital readout, but offer some context you may need. According to Casio, these are two pieces you “can take from the office to the outdoors without skipping a beat”.

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Casio XJ-UT310WN LampFree projector boasts 3100 lumens

Casio XJ-UT310WN LampFree projector boasts 3100 lumens

Casio has rolled out a new projector that is aimed at the education market where short throw projectors are the standard. Casio's new offering can certainly be used in other markets if desired. The projector is called the XJ-UT301WN and it is billed as the world's brightest LampFree Ultra Short Throw projector. Native resolution is 1280 x 800 and it has an aspect ratio of 16:10.

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Casio G-Shock watch concepts feature Bluetooth and GPS

Casio G-Shock watch concepts feature Bluetooth and GPS

Casio has been making bulky, rugged, and rather clunky watches in the G-shock range for as long as I can remember. The company has unveiled some concept watches that carry the G-shock name that aren't quite smartwatches, but do have tech crammed inside. The first concept is called the Edifice EQB-500.

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