If you were concerned about how the endless stream of high tech companies entering the watch market would affect incumbents like Casio, maybe you shouldn’t. Kazuo Kashio, CEO of Casio, fired a salvo in response to the coming barrage of competition.
If you’re looking for a phone that you can drop from a helicopter, then pick up and probably make a call with, you may already be familiar with Casio and their G’zone devices. The rugged gear may not turn heads with their hardware specs, but it may survive more bumps and falls than you or I ever will.
Casio announces the Paper Writer V-N500, at the ridiculous price of $2,500
When it comes to Android tablets, there seems to be a winning formula. Really good specs at a really low cost. Such notable examples include the Kindle FIre HD and the Google Nexus 7, which are low cost but deliver great performance. Casio has decided to try something different by offering a mediocre tablet at an exorbitant price.
Casio C811 hits the FCC, may be a variant of the Casio G’zOne Type-L
Remember the Casio G'zOne Commando, offered last year through Verizon wireless? While that particular smartphone wasn't the most powerful device around, it was extremely rugged. Now a new FCC filing indicates that the Commando's successor is making its way over to the United States.
Casio unveils business-oriented Paper Writer 10-inch tablet, to be released this month in Asia
The Paper Writer is one of Casio’s first notable Android tab efforts, and, while the gadget will most likely never see the light of day in US or Europe, it might actually enjoy some success over in Asia.
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