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Casio G-Shock G8100A-5 goes for an antique look

Casio G-Shock G8100A-5 goes for an antique look

Just because you love the latest gadgets doesn’t mean you have to forfeit more traditional designs. And if you love antiques, you can still get that priceless look from modern tech. Case in point, the Casio G-Shock G8100A-5. This wrist watch is made from bronze-colored aluminum and has a perforated resin band, giving it a rustic appeal. Some may define it as “steampunk” but I wouldn’t quite agree with that. For me, steampunk requires gears, mechanisms, steam and other Victorian tech. Just because something looks old, doesn’t mean it’s steampunk. But I digress.

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Casio Super Slim projectors with USB Host & WiFi option

Casio Super Slim projectors with USB Host & WiFi option

Casio has announced a number of new projectors, intended for the boardroom but compact enough to make them tempting to road-warriors and the occasionally entertained, too.  All fitting into the Super Slim range, the four new models include two with "Super Color" technology and two with "Super Bright"; they each have a 2x power zoom, 1,800:1 contrast ratio, automatic & manual keystone correction and have a native XGA (1,024 x 768) resolution (or maximum UXGA 1,600 x 1,200).

Casio Blanview LCD transmissive panels for better outdoor viewing

Casio Blanview LCD transmissive panels for better outdoor viewing

Transmissive LCD panels are nothing particularly new - they basically reflect sunlight back through the panel so as to mimic the effect of a traditional backlight, and as such make the screen usable outdoors - but Casio's latest attempt is so efficient it doesn't require any supplementary backlighting at all.  Named Blanview LCD, the system boasts 30-percent increased transmittance and 50-percent reduction in power consumption over the previous display technology.

World’s Fastest Digital Camera Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1 nailed Popular Mechanics Editor’s choice award

World’s Fastest Digital Camera Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1 nailed Popular Mechanics Editor’s choice award

Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1 made it full appearance at CES 2008 last month with world’s fastest burst shooting digital camera. The record setting EX-F1 is capable to capture a full resolution at 60fps and up to 1200fps at 336x92. The revolutionary six-megapixel machine gunner is a piece of high tech digital camera with breakthrough innovation and engineering; it deserves a spot at Popular Mechanics Editor’s choice award. Congrat!

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Casio Exilim nailed Year 2007 Best Ultra Slim Digicams by JD Power and Associates

Casio Exilim nailed Year 2007 Best Ultra Slim Digicams by JD Power and Associates

My brother-in-law came up to me last week and asked about my opinion on which brand he should look into for a digital compact camera. He likes something slim with best performance and pictures quality. (Don’t we all do? ) Heck, what do I know about p&s camera? I write about them but my DSLR set-up weights more than 10lb and that’s what I use most of the time. Of course, that wasn’t my response to my beloved bro but I promised him I will look into one.

CES 2008 : New Casio EXILIM Zoom Gets Wider Angle

CES 2008 : New Casio EXILIM Zoom Gets Wider Angle

Casio brings wider angle for landscape and structure fans at CES 2008 with the addition of new EXILIM zoom duo Ex-Z200 and Ex-Z100. The announcement doesn’t strike us like their big brother, 12 mp EX-Z1200 announced back in May 2007. It uses a mere 10.1 mp CCD sensor with new feature of zoom series first to use 4x optical zoom 28 - 112mm, 35mm equivalent zoom lenses at F2.6 to F5.8. Movie mode is supported from 320x240 up to 848x480 in additional to a YouTube capture mode.

CES 2008 : Casio Reveals Full Specification of World’s Fastest Digital Camera, the EXILIM Pro EX-F1

CES 2008 : Casio Reveals Full Specification of World’s Fastest Digital Camera, the EXILIM Pro EX-F1

Casio teased us with a prototype of World’s fastest camera back in September; they have the full specification just in time for CES 2008. The EXILIM Pro EX-F1 6 megapixel uses a high-speed CMOS sensor and it is capable of 60 frames per second capturing speed at its largest resolution up to a whooping 1,200 frames per second at 336 x 96. Optical path uses a 12x optical zoom with 35mm equivalent of 36 to 432mm in aperture of F2.7 to F4.6. The EXILIM Pro also has a sensor-shift image stabilization aka built-in body stabilization to help with users that failed the marksmen test.

CES 2008 : The Slimmest 10 megapixel EXILIM from Casio

CES 2008 : The Slimmest 10 megapixel EXILIM from Casio

Benq DSC-X835 claimed the world’s slimmest 8 mega pixel digital compact camera and now it is Casio turn. Casio EXILIM Card EX-S10 doesn’t has the thickness of 12.5mm like Benq did but they bumps the resolution up to 10 mega pixel, packed in an ultra compact EXILIM series with the size of 3.7 x 2.1 x 0.6 in, that is about 15mm in thickness. So there you go, world’s slimmest 10 megapixel digital camera.

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