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21. Casio DBC310-1 Databank Watch
$70.99 $69.95 list()
22. Casio TV-980 2.3" Portable Color
$169.94 list($199.99)
23. Casio LK-90TV 61-Key Lighted Keyboard
list($249.99)
24. Casio SY-4000 4" Handheld TV
$799.99
25. Casio PX-400R Privia Digital Piano
$149.99 $123.99
26. Casio LK-45 Lighted Keyboard with
$88.99 $69.00 list($109.99)
27. Casio CW-50 CD Title Printer
$19.99 $17.36 list($29.99)
28. Casio Portable Keyboard Bench
$79.00
29. Casio SY-30 2.7" Portable Color
$199.99 $165.61 list($249.99)
30. Casio CTK-691 Keyboard
$74.99 $59.99 list($139.99)
31. Casio CFX-9850GB Plus Graphing
$349.99 list($599.99)
32. Casio Cassiopeia E-200 Pocket
$179.94 $149.99 list()
33. Casio EV-4500 Portable LCD TV
$49.99 $48.43 list($59.99)
34. Casio SA-75 Mini Music Keyboard
$11.39 $7.49 list()
35. Casio TR-18BK Black Ribbon Tape
$225.99 list($299.99)
36. Casio Exilim EX-Z30 3MP Digital
$259.00
37. Casio QV-R51 5MP Digital Camera
$269.99 list($399.99)
38. Casio Exilim EX-M2 2MP Digital
$214.99
39. Casio QVR52 5MP Digital Camera
$44.95
40. CASIO DBCW150-1 Wave Ceptor Databank

21. Casio DBC310-1 Databank Watch (Male, Black)

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Asin: B00006I54W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 8692
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Amazon.com Product Description

Casio's DBC310-1 men's databank watch is ideal for busy people who love the convenience of having telephone numbers and other essential data right at their fingertips. The watch lets you store 300 pages of either Telememo (names, telephone numbers) or Schedule-memo (messages, months, days, times) data with up to 8 digits and 12 numerals per page. A built-in keypad facilitates data entry, and its EEPROM (electrically erasable programmable read-only memory) retains your data even when the battery goes dead. So don't worry: you'll never have to retype it all.

Your eyes will like the DBC310-1's electro-luminescent backlight with afterglow, making it easy to read anywhere, anytime. View time in either 12- or 24-hour formats. The piece is water-resistant, and it offers a stopwatch with readings down to .01 seconds. It's accurate within +/- 30 seconds per month, and the supplied battery should last you about 2 years. Other features include a daily alarm, a countdown alarm, hourly time signals, and an auto-calendar feature (preprogrammed to the year 2094).

What's in the Box
Watch, battery, instruction manual, and warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Digital watch with 300-page databank capability, 8 digits and 12 numerals per page (Telememo of Schedule-memo)
  • Water-resistant; includes electro-luminescent backlight with afterglow
  • Dual-format digital time (12- or 24-hour formats), daily alarm, world time feature with 24 time zones
  • Built-in stopwatch offers readings down to .01 seconds
  • Includes 2-year battery

22. Casio TV-980 2.3" Portable Color TV

our price: $70.99
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Asin: B0000CGCCM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1869
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your TV on the go with the Casio TV-980 portable color TV. Catch the big game or your favorite show when you can't be at home to watch. The TV-980 features a 2.3-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) color screen and runs for up to 4 hours on AA batteries.

Watch any broadcast channel on the VHF or UHF dial with the built-in antenna. Optional connections allow you to hook the TV up to cable or an additional, external antenna. You can also connect the unit to an external video component, such as a DVD player or VCR with an optional A/V cord.

The TV-980 features a built-in speaker, as well as an earphone jack. The channel tuning keys are on the front of the unit. Volume and brightness controls are included on the side. The TV can be powered by your choice of 4 AA batteries, or by optional AC or car adapters. Without batteries, the TV-980 weighs less than half a pound.

What's in the Box
Handheld TV, owner's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.3-inch high-resolution LCD screen; measures 3.2 x 5.1 x 1.4 inches (W x H x D)
  • Weighs 0.42 pounds without batteries
  • Runs up to 4 hours on 4 AA batteries
  • Optional inputs for additional antenna, cable, and A/V components
  • Built-in mono speaker and earphone jack

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars great TV for the money
Casio's portable color TV-980 is a great, inexpensive option for road trips or places you need a TV. It is small enough to fit in most jacket pockets and the antenna picks up stations well. In fact, I can pick up more stations with this TV than with my rabbit ears at home.

The screen is a passive-matrix LCD display. It is sharp and clear, and the colors are rather vivid. It is important to keep the brightness at the right level, otherwise the display is difficult to read. It is also tough at times to read small print on the screen, the display is clear but not when it has to be read that close.

The television is powered by 4 AA batteries, which will give you about 4 hours of viewing time. There is also an AC adapter option, however, you will have to either buy this separately, or get this TV in the package which includes a case and the adapters. For the money, this TV is a great choice. ... Read more


23. Casio LK-90TV 61-Key Lighted Keyboard with Karaoke Function
list price: $199.99
our price: $169.94
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Asin: B0002L59TE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 911
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Amazon.com Product Description

Common knowledge says that if you don't practice diligently and master technique, you can't play a musical instrument. Casio, however, thinks otherwise, which is why it developed the LK-90TV lighted keyboard, which connects to users' TVs to guide them through lesson plans while individual keys light up to direct them to the proper notes. The keyboard employs a comprehensive three-step lesson system, which lets people learn as they play and grades their progress after each tutorial. The keyboard's complement of 61 illuminated keys also means folks will learn on a full keyboard, and the 100 pre-recorded songs gives them plenty of choices for accompaniment. Budding Elton Johns will appreciate the sing-along function, which lets people karaoke their way through 65 classics, with the option of loading more songs when connected to a computer through the USB interface. The karaoke option displays song lyrics across people's TV screens while they play, so both keyboard players and guests can harmonize their way through a host of favorites.

The LK-90TV owes its impressive sound to its HL dual-element sound chip, which delivers rich, crisp tones. The setup also offers an extensive repertoire of 128 general MIDI timbres, 128 tones, and eight drum sets, letting users experiment with a variety of beats and sounds. The advanced MIDI interface makes it easy to add other tones as well, all of which store via the SmartMedia medium. Additional features include an assignable pedal jack with sustain, soft, and rhythm start/stop options; 120 rhythm patterns; transpose and tuning controls; and a practice phase switch. Now stop messing around with ineffective keyboard lesson plans and get to work.

What's in the Box
61-key keyboard, AC adapter, score stand, video cable, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Musical keyboard with 61 lighted keys
  • Sing-Along function with 2 speakers at 12 cm diameters for listening
  • Light-up keys allow player to learn songs by following the illumination of the keys
  • 264 tones with 120 rhythm patterns; song bank holds 100 tunes
  • General MIDI with input and output jacks

24. Casio SY-4000 4" Handheld TV
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00007M0GE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 10375
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4-inch color screen with anti-glare active matrix technology (TFT); TV is 5.9 x 3.9 x 1.8 inches (W x H x D)
  • Water-resistant handheld; ready to go wherever you go
  • Powered by either 4 AA batteries or the optional AC adapterĀ 
  • Built-in earphone jack lets you personalize your viewing experience
  • Rod antenna

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars no customer service, no adapter
I just bought this and 1. it did not come with an adapter for in-home use nor did it come with a car adapter. Its a neat little tv, but - when I tried to call to ORDER the adapters - the number is "no longer active". So what does that tell you? It tells you that - do not buy this product. It costs too much, and they can't even supply an adapter! and 2. There is NO customer service to order more supplies, ask about warranty, return the defective product or ask general inquiries. I gave it two stars for its quality, but dropped the two stars for horrible customer service and no adapter.

1-0 out of 5 stars Much less than expected!
This TV is not very sensitive and does not pick up stations very well. The unit does not work with an external power source and must be repaired which is an additional shipping cost. The bottom line: Another expensive useless piece of junk!

5-0 out of 5 stars Too cool!
This thing is AMAZING! Courtesy of Hurricane Isabel and a decaying deregulated infrastructure, our power has gone off 6 times in the past month, for as long as 10 hours at a time. Even though we have laptops, the DSL doesn't work without AC, so repeated unpredictable blackouts really cut us off from the world, the weather etc. No more. It works on batteries, a vehicle DC charger, or regular AC. Batteries last forever courtesy of the LCD screen. It has a built-in, adjustable antenna but since we are in the sticks and a minimum of 55 miles to the nearest broadcast station, we got an optional adaptor designed to connect it to an outside antenna, but we connected it to cable instead. Direct connect to cable gives channels 2-22 and 56-98, we've also run it thru a VCR to give access to all channels (of course that doesn't work when the power is off). Last power outage - no problem, got local news to determine that it wasn't a terrorist attack, it wasn't affecting the entire east coast, just a little local inconvenience. It's funny now that when the power goes off and the neighbors are in utter darkness, we still have a working light in the frontyard because its a gaslight, AND have the familiar blue glow coming from this puppy inside - combining the best of the 19th century & the 21st.

In addition, my partner and I no longer fight over the tube. We can both watch what we want to within arm's reach of each other, with little unwanted disturbance from the other. He can point out the Cubbies fan grabbing for the ball in the playoffs, I can point out the Roomba vacuum ad I want for Xmas, and then we happily both go back to what we were doing. THIS is how technology should work! ... Read more


25. Casio PX-400R Privia Digital Piano with 88 Full-Size Keys and Grand Piano Touch (Stand Included)
list price: $799.99
our price: $799.99
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Asin: B0002L59TO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 45420
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Recording ; General MIDI, 32-note polyphony; 2 way bass -reflex speakers
  • 256 Tones, 8 Digital Effects
  • Metronome, 120 Music Patterns
  • Smart Media Slot and USB Interfaceand Big, easy-to-read LCD Screen
  • New HL Sound Source for rich Palette of Tones; dual element tone system

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Attention Pros: Huge Bang-for-the-Buck!
As a professional pianist/organist for nearly a half-century, I can tell you this: Casio has floored me with this keyboard!One usually associates the name "Casio" with entry-level toys.Not so the Privia series; these 'boards are the real deal.While all the available sounds are more than acceptable, the acoustic pianos are particularly fine.But the real stunners are the electric pianos; from the "60's" Wurlitzer-like patch to an authentic Rhodes and a very serviceable Yamaha DX/TX "digital" piano, I could scarcely believe my ears -- especially at this price!Loads of extras come with the Privia (especially the 400R), including usable effects and a decent split/layer setup.So far, the only downside (for me, anyway) is the number of steps necessary to convert the 'board to an external controller (I regularly use the piano to control the lower manual of a full Hammond setup); it would be nice to be able to set up a patch that could be accessed via one or two buttons, similar to a Roland, Kurweil or Yamaha piano/controller.

With the holidays fast approaching, the Privia is going to get a real workout.This is the true test of a keyboard -- how it holds up to all that schlepping ("The road is a hard mistress!").Guess we'll have to wait and see... ... Read more


26. Casio LK-45 Lighted Keyboard with 61 Full-Size Keys and Musical Information System
by Casio Inc.
list price: $149.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0002L59T4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 5011
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Features

  • 61 full-size lighted keys and musical information system
  • Two 10 cm speakers and headphone jack for private listening to your music
  • Musical information system (LCD) with timing indicator
  • Light-up keys allow player to learn songs by following the illumination of the keys
  • MIDI technology and 100 tones and 50 rhythm patterns built-in

27. Casio CW-50 CD Title Printer
list price: $109.99
our price: $88.99
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Asin: B00007FGUS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 3333
Average Customer Review: 3.85 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Thermal transfer print system
  • Supports all PC fonts
  • 200 dpi print resolution
  • Up to 9.0 mm/second print speed
  • 4 colors for professional look

Reviews (13)

3-0 out of 5 stars Fine If You Seek A No-Frills CD Printing Experience
I have had and used one of these for two years, and I find it workable and useful, despite its obvious graphic shortcomings. Most fonts appear somewhat pixilated when printed on CD surfaces. I have developed a 'palette' of fonts that work particularly well. Sans serif fonts such as Futura, Franklin Condensed and such seem to work the best.
Graphics tend to look particularly rotten, no matter how high the dpi of the image is. I am non-amazed at how an outline of a rectangle, made in bold, thick lines and saved at 1200 dpi, comes out looking like mud. This printer is best at simpler jobs.
The printer does its work quickly, which is good. I've had to bat out 50 or 60 CDs in an afternoon, and the printer is faster than I am with the discs!
THE SINGLE BIGGEST DRAWBACK to this and to other Casio CD printers are those @$(^@_^_@!~ ribbons. The ribbons hold exactly 40 prints. If you use 2 per CD, that means a fresh ribbon after every 20 discs. The ribbons are not sold in office supply stores. CompUSA carried them for a brief time, then moronically deleted them. And don't even think about OfficeMax, -Depot or Staples. The cheapest I've found the ribbons is here, at $7.00 apiece, or sometimes on eBay for less. I am always "counting bullets" with these infernal ribbons. IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING GETTING ONE OF THESE, TAKE THIS TO HEED: the ribbons are a supreme pain in the ass. They are hard to locate, expensive, and wastefully manufactured. The greedy souls at Casio could easily get another 20-50 prints' worth of ribbon on the cartridges.
As well, the ribbons often have flaws in their manufacture, making for fuzzy half-coverage of some prints.
I am probably making this printer sound worse than it really is. As said, if your ambitions are simply to have a title printed in regular type, without much ado, this will do the trick. If you seek anything more complex, you'll need a bigger and better machine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Better Than CD Labels
I've owned this cd printer for about a year now and I love it. It works much better than labels that can come off from heat and ruin cd players. Although you can print single color graphics, multicolored graphics aren't recommended. For that you'll need to buy a different thermal cd printer, and they run about [$$$$] a pop! So, for under [$$], you can't beat it. You may have read the previous post regarding the cost of the ribbons, but that was a little high. You can get a 3pack of black ribbons for [less], that's not bad for 3 labels....If you're looking for neat and affordable cd printing for mostly text, this is it. Comes with software and 1 free black ribbon. Ribbons also come in red, blue and silver. Try this little printer out, you'll love it! (PS stock up on black ribbons if you can, the supply seems to run out quickly)

3-0 out of 5 stars Depends on CD or DVD you are printing on.
I gave this printer 3 stars because your results depend on the media you are printing on. If the media you are using is textured in anyway, forget about using this printer. The CD / DVD must be perfectly smooth. With a smooth CD / DVD, the results look pretty good. If you are used to the paper labels you print and stick on, the result can look a little industrial because, unless you change ribbons between printing lines, its all one color. But with smooth media the results are clear and don't easily come off. With a textured surface, the results are really bad. All of my DVDs have a textured surface (TDK is what I use the most). The results are horrible when the media has a textured surface and smooth combination, (imation DVDs are like this). Please look at your favorite media before you buy this printer, I wish I knew this before I bought it because I don't want to switch media just to print a label clearly.

4-0 out of 5 stars really good
This printer is well worth the money, i have printed hundreds of cd's so far, and it works without a hitch. The only thing that can be a little annoying is that the ink cartridge only does about 20 cds's each. This can get a little pricey if you are printing alot of cd's. Other than that, i totally recommend this printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Professional look at an amateur price
This is a great little disc printer--both CD and DVD. Installation and software is simple to install and operate. In addressing a few of the drawbacks cited by others, let me say that they are minor and easily overcome.

This printers prints on ALL CD's and DVD's that I have tried. You may have to be clever on how you rotate the disc to insure that the print area is clear of manufacturer's writings, but I've been successful with several different, including Sony, Memorex, Imation and Fuji. Print quality is excellent.

The printer will only print on standard full-sized CD's and DVD's and not on the CD-Single or CD-Business card discs.

As for the fact that you may only get 20-40 labelings per label tape, that makes the cost about 15 cents each. If I can get a great looking print job on my labels for distribution at an average costs of 75 cents total (including amortizing the cost of the printer over 300 discs, the cost of the discs and the cost of the print ribbons) then I feel I've hit the jackpot!

By the way, many have pointed out that you can only print in one color per disc. This is not true. You can print each line in a different color if you want to and have the patience.

Do not be dissuaded. At this price, you can't go wrong. ... Read more


28. Casio Portable Keyboard Bench (Pbench)
list price: $29.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0001ACMXW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 286
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Casio portable keyboard bench is comfortable and cozy, letting keyboard players perform for hours without developing a sore bum. The bench holds up to 250 pounds--enough for one musician of medium build or two lightweight pianists--yet still folds compactly for convenient storage. Better yet, users can double it up and slip it into a small car such as a Mini Cooper while still having space for a full passenger load. The bench comes in a black finish and offers a padded seat cushion for comfort.

The Pbench is designed for use with the following Casio keyboard models: CTK-431, CTK-451, CTK-471, CTK-481, CTK-491, CTK-496, CTK-551, CTK-571, CTK-573, CTK-591, CTK-651, CTK-671, CTK-691, CTK-731, LK-40, LK-42, LK-43, LK-45, LK-50, LK-55, LK-73, LK-90TV, MZ-2000, WK-1200, WK-1250, WK-1300, WK-1350, WK-1500, WK-1600, WK-1630, WK-1800, WK-3000, WK-3000DX, and WK-3500. ... Read more

Features

  • Especially designed for use with all Casio CTK / LK / WK models of music keyboards
  • Capable of holding up to 250 pounds
  • P-Bench folds flat making it extremely portable for use anywhere and anytime
  • Stylish black finish goes together with almost anything
  • Padded black seat for hours of play

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Check MSRP at casio's website
Maybe it is a different product (picture is somewhat different), but the product name is the same ... on Casio's web site is says this will be available in AUGUST 2004 (i.e. not for a couple of weeks) at a MSRP of 29.99!!!??? (Amazon price on web site = 39.99)

My ONE star reflects this - not the product itself. ... Read more


29. Casio SY-30 2.7" Portable Color LCD TV

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Asin: B00006HO6O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 2929
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

When you're going to be on the road or out of doors and you just have to catch the game, you'll want a TV as small as your pocket and as rugged as you. You'll want Casio's SY-30 LCD TV. The tiny set offers a 2.7-inch, 118,800-pixel screen and a built-in NTSC tuner with folding rod antenna to deliver your sports, news, or other programming whenever--and wherever--you need it.

The SY-30's audio/composite-video input grants hookup options for a game console, camcorder, or even a DVD player or VCR. A monaural earphone jack allows private listening, and the unit runs for about four hours on four AA alkaline batteries (not included). Two other jacks accommodate an optional AC power supply and an external antenna for even better reception.

What's in the Box
TV and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Rugged casing with water and shock resistance; approximately 7 x 4.5 x 1.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Passive LCD screen with 118,000 pixels; monaural earphone jack lets you listen in private
  • Folding rod antenna and external antenna jack improve reception
  • A/V input jack lets you hook up an external device such as a video-game console or a camcorder
  • Approximately 4 hours battery life from 4 AA batteries (not included)

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this litle TV!!
I keep this on my desk at work. Most stations in my area come in clearly. A few are fuzzy, but that's not the fault of the TV, that happens with all portable TV's. You have to be in an area of good reception. Anyway, this little TV has a really clear picture for a portable TV!

If it came with an A/C adapter, I'd give it 5 stars. But I have to dish out another $15 for the adapter.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Emergency Backup TV
I bought this TV in July of 2003 after a massive storm knocked out power to over 75% of the Memphis area. I finally got to use it when another storm rolled through May 30, 2004, and our power went out during a series of tornado warnings and severe thunderstorms. The nice thing about the color screen is that you can see the radar image on the news and stay informed. The digital tuner works good if you are close to the city. In the outskirts it might not be as effective. I really liked being able to stay with the news after the power went out. It takes 4 AA batteries which are easy to install. It has a "kick stand" on the back which allows you to set it up on a table at an angle. The controls are easy to use and the volume seems sufficient even when the rain and thunder are loud. The only thing that would make this TV a little better would be a larger screen. I highly recommend having this in your emergency stash. If you only use it for emergencies, I would recommend non-rechargable batteries. But be sure to keep the batteries with it but in another container so that they don't leak and make a mess.

1-0 out of 5 stars Casio SY30 - Disappointment
I purchased the Casio SY-30 as a Christmas gift for my in-laws and was highly disappointed. Reception is poor, if not non-existent, as none of the main (i.e. ABC, CBS, NBC) TV channels were accessible in their home. It is difficult to manually adjust the TV to locate the stations - you can't tell what station you are turning to since there is just a yellow line that appears when tuning - there's no clear-cut channel identification. Upon returning the item, I did not receive the full value paid for it as selling a TV that doesn't work wasn't Amazon's fault. If you are even thinking about purchasing this item, go to a store so you can get a full refund if you have to return it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Casio SY 30
So far, so good...I like it a lot...I even get reception in my car! The low channels don't come in too well, but as with a lot of TV's this is a problem. Very compact and durable. ... Read more


30. Casio CTK-691 Keyboard
list price: $249.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000CF6JM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 5138
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A total of three hundred advanced tones are programmed with DSP tones to make the Casio CTK-691 a rich and powerful sounding keyboard. Advanced tones like stereo piano and tremolo electric piano highlight some of the possibilities beyond the 516 standard tones. You'll also receive fifty realistic drawbar organ tones. If you want even more control over your tones, you can edit the parameters of preset tones and save up to a hundred original tones in user tone memory. Built-in flash memory lets you expand your selection of tones and rhythms by downloading data from the Casio music site, or from other sources. You can also store up to two hundred SMF format music files for playback. The keyboard comes with 140 rhythms. The backlit display shows chord names, tempo setting, keyboard information, and staff notation of notes played. The general MIDI tones of this keyboard let you connect to a personal computer to enjoy desktop music capabilities. This keyboard can be used as a desktop music input device or sound source. The keyboard runs on an AC adaptor (AD-5, not included) or 6 D batteries which will power the keyboard for up to four hours.

What's in the Box
Keyboard, music stand, owner's manual, and 1 year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 61 standard size keys
  • 700 tones, 224 user programmable tones
  • Drawbar organ function
  • 140 preset rhythms
  • Built-in digital equalizer with split and layer function

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value for money
It's fun , it's versatile, it's very playable and great value for money. Not only that; but AMAZON has it at a knock down price. You can't find a better keyboard value at this price! I'm using it in home recording, for live music applications and for songwriting. Its portability as well as versatility makes it a leader. The sounds are very realistic and the inboard speakers give excellent sound. Don't be put off by the Casio name and think this is just a toy. You can make some serious music with this puppy. I'm really enjoying mine (bought from AMAZON of course!). ... Read more


31. Casio CFX-9850GB Plus Graphing Calculator (White)
list price: $139.99
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B00004TVDN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 3960
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For students in any field, but especially math and sciences, the Casio CFX-9850GB Plus graphing calculator is a problem-solving tool with over 900 features for storing, graphing, and analysis.You can execute evaluation tables on a split screen (which allows you to trace the graph and scroll table values simultaneously) to display graphs and tables. With a long list of features, you can master list-based, one- and two-variable statistical calculations, a variety of regressions, statistics, hypothesis testing, and advanced financial calculations.

The large, readable display exhibits eight lines and 21 characters (15-digit, 10-plus-2 display) in three colors. Graphing functions include rectangular and polar coordinates, parametric, inequality, and vertical lines. Since graphing is animated, you can change the variables in a formula and watch the graph move accordingly.

It also performs statistical calculations such as scatter plots, histograms, box and whisker plots, and eight regression types. The dual screen shows two graphs: a graph and zoom or a graph and table on the same display. In statistical graphing you can use list-based matrix calculations of up to 26 matrices. The list editor manages up to 36 data lists and exchanges data with matrix and table modes. An instant-replay key recalls your previous entries.

The built-in communications port enables linkup to a personal computer. The CFX-9850GB stores up to 38 programs with 32 KB total memory. It is protected by a hard slide case and powered by four AAA alkaline batteries and a lithium battery for backup to preserve a constant memory even when the unit is turned off.

The Casio CFX-9850GB Plus comes with a comprehensive guidebook and is supported by a one-year limited warranty. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • Over 900 functions
  • 21-character-by-8-line display
  • 15-digit, 10-plus-2 display
  • 32 KB total memory
  • 38 programs

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars User friendly!
I am in a college statistics class and I am glad I have this calculator instead of a TI-83 or ANY TI for that matter. My professor would give instructions for both the TI-83 and Casio CFX-9850 GB Plus and let me tell you the Casio has fewer steps almost all the time! With the TI, it is very easy to put in statistics info wrong if you cannot remember the proper order to input the numbers. With the Casio, it tells you what numbers to put where. If I had to pick between the TI and the Casio, I would pick the Casio. Even my mathematics professor recommends it for ALL of her courses.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Worth It, Trust Me
I got the casio for my 14th birthday and right from a beginning and proved to be a load of junk. The buttons are easy to push and you got this nice big color screen and it wasn't to complicated to use, which were my first thoughts. Then as time went on I found out other than the basic algebra 1 (which all graphing calculators should be superb at) this calculator is horrible. Graphing simple quadratic equations was a chore cause the controls are sluggish, and other system's ease of use was horrible too like the systems for parablas are completely to complicated for a busy freshman. And the worst thing about this Calculator is that since this isn't standard issue for most public schools (thats the ti-83), a kid using this calculator would be lost when the teacher gives out uniform instructions for the t-83. Oh and getting back to my undurable present, it broke after 6 months due to the rough and tumble of being in my bookbag (like 99.9% of calculators experience in bookbags) so right now I gotta get a new one, this time its the t-83 plus. P.S. for kids, this calculator can't play games since its memory is so limited.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Calculator
I bought this calculator before i enetered the 9th grade. Everyone in my class had the Texas Instruments TI 83 so i wanted to be different so i bought the CFX-9850GB Plus. It was the best desicion of my mathemtics life. Aftewr my friends saw the features and the user friendly menu they also decided to buy one. It has more features than the TI 83 and is easier to use. It is a bargain at the price it is being offered at. Even if you already have a graphing calculator i suggest buying one ASAP.

5-0 out of 5 stars I have one and I wouldn't trade it for anything.
I bought mine to use in my classes for my A.A.S. Electronic Engineering. It has been a mind-saver when it comes to finding the answer to any equation I come across. The mathmatical features of this unit are more than enough for any field of study. I would recommend it for anyone. The only drawback I could find with this unit (as with any graphic unit), is the time it takes to learn some of the more advanced features, however, there is a very informative handbook to help you get the most out of this product. If you purchase one, you should not be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice
I'm a college student and I'm using this for my calculus classes. OK, here's the deal, if you don't know how to use a manual and how to "LEARN BY YOURSELF" how to use a calculator this calculator isn't for you. you should go with a TI 83+ or 86 or 89. whatever you feel more comportable. But sometimes when you have to have several graphs on one screen for compairing them, 9850GB is the best you can have. It varies each graph by colors. This calculator only has 32 Kb memory. it's not a lot of memory but it does the job. and BE CAREFUL, you have to buy the cable individualy and it doesn't come with the calculator. If you're a patient college student, this calculator is for you and it does quite enough jobs. the 450 page manual help you figure this calculator out. ... Read more


32. Casio Cassiopeia E-200 Pocket PC
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00005V61T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 15644
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 64 MB of RAM
  • Two expansion slots: one for CompactFlash and one for Secure Digital/MMC cards
  • Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Software
  • 3.5-inch TFT active matrix display with over 64,000 colors
  • What's in the box: Cassiopeia E-200, Stylus, USB Cradle, AC Adapter, Li-ion rechargeable replaceable battery, CR-2032 backup battery, Pocket PC User's Guide, Hardware Guide

Reviews (87)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great for what it's designed for.
This device was designed to be cheaper than a ppc 2002 device therefore it lacks some of the features of the standard ppc 2002 devices. No IR port, no speaker, no StrongARM processor, skimpy app support right now(applications must be ported to the casio overlay on win ce 3.0, and presumably for the MIPs processor). Plusses include the unit is great for wireless networking, including that the built in webbrowser is superior to the pocket IE and that all the memory is flash. So if you happen to run the battery dry as can happen with ppc devices, no data will be lost, this also means when you hit the power button, the unit really is off. The unit has a compact flash type II slot, which supports the IBM Microdrive and other CF Type II devices along with standard CF Type I cards and such. Casio makes a battery backpack and pc card backpack that allows you to use this device with pc cards used with laptops. If you're looking for a handheld that offers mp3 and video playback, uses compact flash storage and has PIM functionality and to play a few hands of solitaire on, check out this unit, at a rockbottom price. The only unit that can compete with this one on price is the older HP Jornada 525, which is much larger, features a slower processor, serial synch, no cover, ppc 2000, and no place to store the stylus on the device. If you only want PIM and games, check out something running Palm OS.

I've seen several reviews complaining about being unable to use activesync with the be-300, this is not true, installing a third party patch allows one to use activesync with your b3-300. I've seen several people complain that it doesn't play mp3's, again not true, included in the bundled software is an mp3 player. I've seen a few reviews saying that it doesn't run windows ce, not true, it doesn't run pocket pc, which is microsoft's "special" version of windows ce run on the higher end models. I saw a review complaining about the lack of a video encoder for the CFM format, not true, included in the bundled software is an encoder for their CFM format. One can also purchase a third party app called PocketTV for the be-300 to play mpeg video. Yes, this device may require you to actually put forth a little effort to get it doing exactly what you want, what doesn't? Visit ... to connect with be-300 users around the world and see what it can do.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Surprisingly Good Unit at a Great Price
I previously owned 2 Casio Pocket planners, and had to get something new after I damaged my last unit. When I surveyed what was out there, I was disappointed to find that the typical Electronic/Appliance and Office Supply stores around town carried mostly Palm devices, with only a miniscule assortment of Treo and Sony models, in addition to a few wildly expensive "Pocket PC" type devices.
Then I found the info on the Casio BE-300.
I was somewhat concerned when I read the mixed nature of the buyer reviews, but decided that I could work with the kind of negatives that were mentioned.
Once I received it (3 wks ago) and started using it, I was very happy I bought it.
--Beautiful color display, great resolution;
--16MB RAM is one of the larger standard memory capacities around
--Using a modified Windows-CE OS (instead of the Palm OS) frees up display space for easier use and beter viewability.
I had only one minor problem synchronizing with Outlook. I followed the bundled PC Connect software instructions, and ran into only one issue - the program wouldn't accept the Mail synchronization settings. I later realized the reason was probably that my business mailbox exceeded 200 MB at the time, and would have crashed the Sync process anyway.
It took me a half hour to get through that problem, and when I went to sync folders, it took just a short while to sync my tasks, Calendar, Contacts, and folders. I guess I'll have to delay setting up e-mail until I can trim my mailbox.
I also synchronized a folder of very complex, large Excel files. I downloaded the PTab program from Casio's website, and can now edit and manipulate large, formula rich business spreadsheets. I was amazed to find that I can work directly with fully functional formula entries on a pocket unit this small.
Speaking "small", the BE-300 is actually a bit smaller than my previous 64k(!) planner.
The only two disadvantages that I can see are the fact that I had to buy it over the net, instead of trying one out "in the flesh"; and I wish the expansion slot had room for a cover that would fit with a flash card in place. (Just concerned that pocket lint could get into the connector area and cause problems.)
I'm looking forward to the future when I can learn and start to use some of the Internet type functions of this unit.
I am tremendously pleased with the unit, and think that anyone who's interested in excellent value for a bargain price should buy from AMAZON and try this unit out.

1-0 out of 5 stars Slow Recall
I have owned this unit. It's processor was very slow when searching a contact. It took up to 20 seconds. I have always had Casio PDA's, but had to trade this one in for a Toshiba.

5-0 out of 5 stars BE-300 is Very Good-BUT
This is an excellent PDA.
BUT it stopped working in 3 months but i would still highly recommmend it because i caused the problem and it is very sturdy and the screen quality is great and the mp3 player is nice too!
Plus CompactFlash is a must have!
Buy It!

Nicholas

3-0 out of 5 stars BE-300, It was a GOOD one, until.......
It was a GOOD one until I tried to buy a new battery for it. It took me a week to get ahold of someone at Casio to order a battery. When I finally did, it was on backorder. They refered me to another supplier that gets them from Casio. When I asked "how much?" they said $63 plus freight ($71 total). I decided that was too much. I only paid $140 for my BE-300 new. I have checked online for other sources and no luck. So, off to the "electronics bone pile" it will go.... ... Read more


33. Casio EV-4500 Portable LCD TV with 4" Active-Matrix Display and Desktop Stand

our price: $179.94
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Asin: B00009W3G3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: CASIO
Sales Rank: 440
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Measuring about the size of a double CD, Casio's EV-4500 lets you enjoy clear televised images wherever you go with its 4-inch active-matrix, thin-film-resistor LCD. The television--which receives VHF channels 2 to 13 and UHF channels 14 to 69--also features a speaker and an audio/video input so you can use it with a digital camera, camcorder, or other video device. A handy desktop stand lets you position the set for hands-free viewing.

Its antiglare screen is optimized for outdoor use (for additional perspective on a sporting event, say), and a monaural earphone jack affords private listening. The EV-4500 comes with a built-in rod antenna and runs on either four AA batteries (not included) or an optional AC power adapter. Battery life averages two hours, and headphones are not included.

What's in the Box
TV, desktop stand, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 4-inch antiglare, active-matrix TFT LCD screen with 405 x 305 resolution; 5.75 x 5 x 1.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Incredibly portable--approximately the size of double CD
  • Single speaker, monaural earphone jack for private listening
  • Includes built-in rod antenna and receives VHF channels 2 to 13 and UHF channels 14 to 69
  • Runs for about 2 hours on 4 AA batteries (and can also be powered by an optional AC adapter)

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Casio TV EV-4500 is a good buy!
Amazon delivered promptly and professionally as usual. The set met my discerning approval. The picture is bright and clear. Living near a mountain, reception was my main concern. The set performs well under these conditions. Using the dipole rod antenna all local stations were received... some better than others. Don't expect cable TV quality reception though (although it has an input for an external antenna). Know the portable TV's limitations and you won't be disappointed. EV-4500 is well built. Sound is adequate for up close viewing and tuning is a snap. Scan through all channels - no presets. We use it for watching the news on our back porch while we have dinner and it works well. My wife uses it in the kitchen and bath suite. Too small for constant viewing but just right for a quick news show.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very nice picture in a small package
If you're in the market for a portable television, I recommend you skip the 2.3 inch models and upgrade to this 4 inch Casio. You'll be amazed by the difference 2 inches can make. I've abandoned my smaller RCA portable after seeing the display on the EV-4500; the difference is striking.

The TFT LCD screen produces a sharp, detailed picture and reception is quite good even before extending the rod antenna. Sound from the small speaker is also clear but you can always use the ear jack (mono sound only). The only reason I knocked off a star is because of battery life. Casio's specs. indicate an estimate battery life of 2 hours (4 AAs); that's close to reality, so the other reviewer's recommendation is dead-on: if you plan on watching this often, buy the AC adaptor accessory (MSRP 19.95). A car adaptor is also available.

If you want a portable television with a great picture (that doesn't induce eye strain), buy this EV-4500. It's a great value.

4-0 out of 5 stars Keeps Me In The News
I always like to watch the news while I make dinner but in my small kitchen it was not easy to fit a TV on the counter. I was actually looking a larger ones but my husband got me the Casio EV-4500 for Christmas last year. The pros and cons are both the same: it is small. Nice and small so it does not take up much counter space but too small for watching, say football games. But, for general weeknight news watching, it is fine.
Two notes: it did not come with a power cord and I used rechargable batteries for several months but it got very tiring to replace the batteries every 2-3 days. So, I recommend you buy the optional wall plug, which I now have too.
Also, the set did have to be returned for repair (the screen died) but they sent me a new one rather quickly. No problems so far with this one (knock wood). ... Read more


34. Casio SA-75 Mini Music Keyboard Music Instrument
list price: $59.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002S079E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 3759
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

CASIO SA-75, STARTER MUSICAL KEYBOARD ... Read more

Features

  • 10 rehearsal songs
  • 37 minikeys
  • 4-note polyphony (max.)
  • 100 tones
  • 30 accompaniment patterns (10 rhythms, 10 free-session, 10 funny)

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it!
Ok so I love to play piano out and this was the instrument to learn on. I love it! It has no problems. I can do different beats and sounds. Its a great, cheep gift for kids of all ages. Its a perfect way to practice for an actual piano. It wasn't hard to learn and the rythem just flows right through you. I love it! ... Read more


35. Casio TR-18BK Black Ribbon Tape for Casio CW-50 and CW-75 CD Title Writers

our price: $11.39
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Asin: B000083CU2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 846
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Casio TR-18BK black thermal ink ribbon cartridge is designed as a replacement ribbon for Casio's CW-50 and CW-75 CD Title Writers. Combined with Casio's color thermal print system, you can create unique, professional-lookingcustom graphics and text, printed directly onto your CDs and DVDs without the hassle of labels and applicators. Each TR-18BK thermal transfer ribbon will print about 50 CDs using one print area at up to 200 dpi resolution. ... Read more

Features

  • Black ribbon tape for Casio CD Title Writers
  • Compatible with models CW-50 and CW-75
  • Yields up to 50 CDs/DVDs with one print area, up to 200 dpi resolution
  • Helps create professional looking custom text and graphics
  • A quality Casio product

36. Casio Exilim EX-Z30 3MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B0002NXCL4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 421
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Features

  • 3.34 million total pixels; 3.2 million effective pixels
  • Shoots still and video motion images
  • Built-in flash memory 9.7MB and slot for adding SD memory card/Multi Media card for additional memory
  • EX-Z30's Recorded Image Sizes -Snapshots -2048 X 1536 (3 - 2) / 1600 X 1200 / 1280 X 960 / 640 X 480 pixel ; Movies -320 X 240 pixels
  • Zoom -3X optical zoom; 4X digital zoom (12X total when optical and digital zooms are used in combination)

37. Casio QV-R51 5MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom

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Asin: B0001AUEX2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 920
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 5-megapixel resolution for photo-quality poster-sized enlargements
  • 3x optical zoom lens
  • 0.01-second shutter lag time; 2-inch LCD display; aluminum body
  • Store images in 9.7 MB of internal memory or on optional Secure Digital (SD) memory cards (SD card not included)
  • Powered by 2 AA-size batteries (rechargeable lithium ion battery included; can also use alkaline); connects to PCs via USB

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars A digital camera that lasted less than half a year
I bought this dig camera when there was no customers reviews, so i basically risked it. Well, my consequence is that I have to send it back to the Casio Company for repair. I bought it in March, 2004 and now tons of lines appeared on the screen for i don't know what reasons. They said maybe I drop it, it went through some scanning problem, or just there are some problems with it! v.v ... Other THAn that.. this dig cam is pretty good .. but I don't know what the say.. not only half a year yet~ The pictures are pretty nice, great functions, it would be better if this 5 mp dig has sound for the video mode. Hopefully the problems will be fixed or else I guess risking is baD.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good camera, red eye a problem
I like the camera a lot but the red eye thing is really hard to get away from since the flash is so close to the lens axis. The camera is small, easy to use and with a 512 KB card can really take a lot of photos. The video feature is useless, but so what, that's why I have a video camera. I like the battery charger's small size and the ability to use commonly available batteries while the rechargeable ones are in the charger. All in all an easy to use and carry camera that does a decent job of taking pictures and with careful placement of people and using the red eye elimination feature can do good close up work. Oh by the way my wife reminded me that one of the more important reasons that we got this camera is the larger view screen.

2-0 out of 5 stars easy to use, picture quality was lacking
Like so many other people I researched digital cameras before I bought this one. I played with it for a week and was disappointed in the picture quality I got. Any pictures taken later in the day produced red-eye, even with the red eye reduction feature on. You also have to hold absolutely still. If you don't you get fuzzy pics. If your subject moves, same thing. The camera was great, and easy to use. I was just expecting more. I have played with my family and friends cameras and they get much better pictures with less hassle. I did load my pics onto my computer to fix them, but the software that comes with it is useless. In order to get rid of the red-eye, I had to use other software that I already had on my computer. I decided that if I didn't have the extra software to fix my pics, I would be very unhappy with this product. That's why I returned it. I do understand that I will not get perfect pics all the time with other cameras, but I was getting more pics to "delete" than I was to "save".

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Pleased
We are very pleased with this little camera. We got it for a trip to Disney and were concerned about the print quality. Ultimately, we just wanted great prints. Well, they exceeded our expectations! Here's what else we liked:

-Great price for 5MP camera.
-Easy to use, but with a few extra features (like a histogram and various adjustable settings) for those who want to use them.
-2 NIHM AA rechargable batteries (with a charger that is great for travel) that last a long time (a full day at Disney, plus some--about 150 shots)
-Small, compact camera size makes it easy to carry around.
-21 settings on the camera help you to set the best shot. (Like a "Fireworks" setting that we used in the evening at Disney; also Scenery, Portrait, Monochrome, Night Scenes and others.)
-Zippy start-up time when you turn it on
-Can take short, silent movie clips

What we don't like:
-Red eye on some shots--even with the reduction feature.

You'll want to play around at first to learn the best settings, but the great thing is you can always just delete what you don't like. This was a GREAT replacement for our film camera! Well worth the price!

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST value, most usable digital camera around!
This Casio QV-R51 is really SUPER! You have to THINK about what you are buying, and why. For starters, this uses 2 of the most available AA batteries, period - NO special $30 to $50 batteries. Then, even if you should crash the TWO INCH (about 1/3 LARGER than usually found on cameras of this type) VIDEO viewfinder, there is ALSO an OPTICAL viewfinder that also works with the optical 3X Zoom lens so you can SEE what you are looking at.
The QUALITY of the pictures is great, and you can print them directly to most Epson printers, and many others that allow it, without going thru a computer. The software included makes quick downloads to any USB equipped computer. You can also shoot up to 60-second MOVING PICTURES (60-seconds at a time). While there is no sound available for this, and the quality reminds me of when my father took 16-mm movies of me a zillion years ago- - it is like a freebee, and not why I bought this camera. They don't come much smaller, and they don't come any better. ... Read more


38. Casio Exilim EX-M2 2MP Digital Camera, MP3 Player and Voice Recorder
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00006MZOH
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1145
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Early Adopters Pick: September 2002. The smallest digital camera that comes with a 2-megapixel sensor, 12 MB of built-in memory, full-motion movie recording, MP3 player, and voice recorder.

With a super-slim design and having the height and length of a credit card, the Casio Exilim EX-M2 is sure to have heads turning as you effortlessly snap high-quality digital photos. Don't let the size fool you, the EX-M2 is equipped with a 2-megapixel sensor, 12 MB of built-in memory, full-motion movie recording, MP3 player, and voice recorder.

Optics and Resolution
The 2-megapixel CCD sensor captures sharp and brilliant images of up to 1,600 by 1,200 pixels, creating prints with sizes of up to 8 by 10 inches. Focusing is fixed for effortless operation, and the 4x digital zoom brings you up close to the action. Most other digital cameras are slow in operation, but the Exilim's speedy start-up time, lens, and CPU get to work so that, when the camera's turned on, a photo is taken in 0.01 seconds of pressing the shutter, capturing that otherwise lost moment.

Storage and Transfer
Images are stored on 12 MB of internal memory, which stores about 24 images with settings at normal resolution. If you want more memory, the expansion slot is compatible with any MMC or SD memory card. You can quickly and easily transfer your files onto a PC or Mac using the USB port for computer editing and sharing with friends and family.

Movie Mode
In addition to taking still photos, the Exilim can also record AVI movie clips with sound. The movie can be as long as 30 seconds at a resolution of 320 by 240 pixels.

More Features
Many of the Exilim's settings can be modified, such as programmed exposure, white balance, and flash. When you shoot in the "best shot" mode you can select a stored photo that looks similar to the photo you want to take and the camera automatically sets up to achieve that look. You can easily keep track of all these modes using the large 1.6-inch color LCD screen.

The Exilim also plays MP3s of various frequencies and bit rates, and is even VBR-compatible. The voice-memo function can record up to 50 minutes on the internal memory.

Power, Size, and Contents
The Exilim comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which has an approximate battery life of 65 minutes. The camera itself measures 3.46 by 2.16 by 0.49 inches and weighs 3.2 ounces without the battery. Other standard accessories are a hand strap, CD-ROM with imaging software, USB cradle and cable, AC adapter for cradle, remote controller with LCD, and stereo headphone. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for sharp prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • MP3 player and voice recorder; record up to 30-second movie with sound
  • 4x digital zoom autofocus lens
  • Includes 12 MB of built-in memory--also expandable via Secure Digital memory cards
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port; powered by rechargeable lithium ion batter(included)

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars It does it all and does it real good...
I love it! this camera is so compact, tiny yet it has impressive features. It's really a point and shoot gadget that amateurs or the inexperienced can get away with easily. eawsy put, it's very convenient to use.
Picture quality is very good both when viewed in ur pc and when you have them printed. not much difference from the higher pixel brands. It has several best shot modes - portrait, scenery, nightshot, sepia, and balck and white! amazing! The movie image is pretty good and the mp3 player feature is a terrific add on!
i carry it anywhere for that "can't turn back time" moments with my family and friends. it's definitely a great buy.
i just really wish it comes with it own carrying case which is as compact as the camera itself. just so you know, we can get away with scratches on the screen, nicks on the body and bumps maybe.
still, it's all worth your bucks!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars very cute camera.
I purchased this camera instead of a higher quality camera because of its size and its functions. The mp3 player part of it is awesome and the size of it is very convenient. its a great camera, although the quality of the pictures arent that great. i recommend this camera for people looking to take everyday pictures, but if you're looking for quality, this camera might not satisfy you. i bought a 256 memory card with it, and it allows me to have as many things on my camera as i desire. great design very stylish.. =]

3-0 out of 5 stars Good in size, bad in quality.
when i just bought it, its compactable size seemed to be its biggest advantage. however,its battery life isn't that good as it could only last for at most 2,3 days. sometimes, lesser than a day if many pictures were to be taken. also,its metal finish ain't that good as it is scratchable easily.Not good if you were prepared to have it with you for the rest of you life.thus, i find that only its size and mp3 function is a big plus for this little camera, without the fact of its poor quality of pictures. but hey, wad can you expect from a 2 megapixel camera...

5-0 out of 5 stars A thing of beauty
I bought my girlfriend the Exilim S2 about a year ago, she got fed up with me using it, so I had to buy my own. The thing is just amazing. Simple to use, in a beautiful, sturdy, magnesium, credit-card sized body. And the battery lasts ages. Picture quality on the lower resolution settings isn't so good, and the digital zoom is rubbish, but that's hardly the point. This is a camera for snaps, moments where you just want to reach into your pocket and snap what's in front of you. The computer interface is a doddle - I use it with my Mac, and all the file formats are standard so you can use it with just about anything. I know about five people that have gone out and bought this camera after I demonstrated it to them, I should be getting commission from Casio!

5-0 out of 5 stars A cute, sleek and wonderful product
Functions are ver attractive, image quality are good. it is really compact for the travel lover to carry this multi-funciton digital camera with MP3 recorder. But I haven't figured out how to download the MP3 from computer to the camera?? can somebody make it in details and post it here? thanks a lot!! ... Read more


39. Casio QVR52 5MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom

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Asin: B0007KQWC8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1409
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Product Description

Image resolution up to 2560 x 19204x digital zoomDirect On function allows use in approximately one secondRecords QVGA movies up to 60 seconds at 15fps in AVI format21 Best Shot shooting modes3 1/2 W x 2 1/5 H x 1 3/10 DUses SD or MMC memoryUses two AA batteries or AC adapterIncludes 9.7MB built-in memory two AA batteries USB cable strap and software ... Read more

Features

  • Store images on 9.7 MB flash memory, or using SD/MMC memory slot
  • Powered by AA-size batteries
  • 5-megapixel sensor captures enough detail for 2,560-by-1,920-pixel images
  • 3x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom
  • 2-inch TFT LCD scratch-resistant screen

40. CASIO DBCW150-1 Wave Ceptor Databank Watch

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Asin: B00006I54X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 7106
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Features

  • Atomic Watch - Receives time calibration radio signals which keeps the displayed time accurate
  • Auto receive function (three times per day at 12 - 00am, 2 - 00am, 4 - 00am) and Manual receive function
  • 150 pages of Telememo
  • 8 letters and 12 numerals per page
  • Auto-sort function

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