After introducing the digital watch four decades ago, Casio CEO Kazuhiro Kashio announced his company will release a smartwatch. It will launch early next year with a heavy price tag, though time will tell whether it will be worth the price.
Casio has launched the G-Shock GBA-400, a Bluetooth connected hybrid watch that ignores notifications and fitness tracking features, preferring to help you out with music playback instead.
Casio jumps on the action cam bandwagon with the Exilim EX-FR10, which sports a detachable touchscreen display and a number of different ways to wear, use, and hold it while you record.
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With no product announcements in sight, Casio showed off its 3D image potential at CES.
Even though it canceled its press conference, Casio had a couple new things to show off at CES.
Netflix keeps plugging away at Android, adding support for two more handsets: the Motorola Droid and Casio Commando.
From 3D to built-in HDR imaging and more stylish bodies, these are these camera trends from CES 2011 will help define the coming year in photography.
Check out a close up demo of Casio's next flexible camera at CES 2011.
There's no date for when this watch will hit shelves, but when it does, just about everything in your life can be attached to your wrist.
Casio brought an array of cameras to the table, including a hard-bodied handheld and a GPS point and shoot.
All in all, a mixed bag from Casio this year, but the company did offer a look at its innovative camera body concept.
Casio's Exilim EX-h20G camera can geotag photos in places GPS's fail thanks to a combination of GPS and motion-sensing dead reckoning.