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$289.00 list($499.99)
41. CasioQV-R4 4MP Digital Camera
$139.99 list($219.99)
42. Casio CTK-591 Full-Size 61 Key
$60.00 list($139.99)
43. CASIO GW300A-1V G-Shock Digital
$69.99 list($49.95)
44. Casio Cassiopeia PV-S400Plus Pocket
$14.99 list($15.99)
45. Casio Keyboard Power Adapter
$13.99 $7.99 list($15.95)
46. Casio FX-260 Solar Scientific
$35.96 list($44.95)
47. CASIO ABX23-8BV Twincept Databank
$40.95 list($69.95)
48. CASIO EDB610-1C Databank Watch
$42.95
49. CASIO DW6900-1V G-Shock Watch
list($109.95)
50. Casio Algebra FX 2.0 Graphing
$19.99 $12.99 list($26.95)
51. Casio FX-115MS Plus Scientific
52. CASIO TV980WHE Pocket Personal
$88.50
53. CASIO SY-21 2.3-Inch Color Portable
$9.49 $6.99 list()
54. Casio TR-18BU Blue Ink Cartridge
list($169.99)
55. Casio Cassiopeia BE-300 Pocket
$23.99 $22.78 list()
56. CASIO AD-A12280L AC Adapter CW-75
list($119.99)
57. Casio LD-50AD Touch-Sensitive
$49.99 $28.49 list($99.95)
58. Casio(R) FX-9750GPlus Graphing
$19.99
59. Casio GSST Adjustable Keyboard
60. Casio KL-780 EZ Label Printer

41. CasioQV-R4 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006N087
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 2215
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Casio QV-R4 incorporates the latest in digital-imaging technology at an agreeable price. It boasts a 4-megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, full-motion movie mode, and 11 MB of built-in memory to compete with today's best digital cameras. The sleek and stylish stainless-steel body is solid to withstand heavy use, and is compact for easy traveling.

Optics and Resolution
The 4-megapixel CCD sensor captures razor-sharp images of up to 2,304 by 1,712 pixels, creating prints with sizes of up to 20 by 30 inches. You won't miss any of the action with the 3x optical zoom and, when combined with the 3.2x digital zoom for a total magnification of 9.6x, the QV-R4 will capture that subtle moment. Focusing can be set to automatic for ease of use, manual for more precise control, and infinity or macro for more specific needs.

Storage and Transfer
Images are stored on 11 MB of internal memory, which stores about 23 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 QV-R4 can also record movie clips of up to 30 seconds at a resolution of 320 by 240 pixels.

More Features
Many of the QV-R4's settings can be modified for photographers in need of more creative control, such as exposure, white balance, and flash. There are also several different shooting modes, including interval, continuous, and night scene. With the "best shot" mode you 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.

Power, Size, and Contents
The QV-R4 comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which has an approximate battery life of 100 minutes. The camera itself measures a compact 3.5 by 2.3 by 1.2 inches and weighs 7 ounces without the battery. Other standard accessories are a camera strap, battery recharger, CD-ROM with imaging software, and USB cable. ... Read more

Features

  • 4.0 megapixel sensor captures 2,304 x 1,712 images for prints at 11 x 14 inches and beyond
  • 3x optical plus 3.2x digital zoom (9.6x totoal) autofocus lens
  • Includes 11 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 (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple, Great Quality
Love this camera. Just point and shoot. No need to reread the manual if you don't use it for months. It has so many other capabilities that I forget to use that would make my pictures even better, but however you use it the photos come out great. The preprogrammed settings for different environments really, really works. The LCD display is amazingly clear. The battery door is a little fragile -- broke it and had to replace it, but other than that, this thing is rock-solid quality. For the other reviewer who lost the charger, they are available at www.pacparts.com

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera for the money
I recently purchased this new 4mp camera from Casio. The historigram is great and the overall use of the equipment is easy to use. The pictures are high quality and given the internal "auto" settings, found it to be wonderfully simple and ready to shoot. It powers up quickly and is small enough to fit in your coat pocket. The only flaw is the movie mode, sound is not a component of this camera? I wish it was so everyone could see and hear my three angels on any email I wish to send. Thanks to Casio for meeting my digital needs, I will be a return customer for sure!!!!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars PhotoLover from AL
I have used this camera for couple of months now and I am quite pleased with it, though I am dissapointed that you can not buy the charger from the manifacturer separetly. I have lost the charger and I can not charge the battery. I have to carry an external battery unit to use the camera which really dissapoints me. I do not understand why the manifacturer does not supply the charger for the unique battery that the camera comes with?????

4-0 out of 5 stars Great User Interface but Movie Mode is Lacking
I just picked this camera up and snapped a few photos. The user interface is wonderful: as long as you don't want to do manual focus or other manual functions, you won't even have to read a manual to figure out how to use features like "Best Shot" modes or using the special effects like "sepia". The UI is the best I've ever seen in a digital camera though I have really only used a Canon camera for more than a few minutes.

While the photos look great when imported into my Mac, the extra resolution above 1600x1200 doesn't seem to make that much of a difference (even as I zoom in to different areas). I'm going on a trip tomorrow so I'll have a chance to vary the resolution and see if it really matters. If you just want your first digitial camera, 1600x1200 resolution may be good enough for you and you'll save some money. One thing that I noticed and liked was that this camera seems to take pictures pretty quickly (less lag) as compared with other cameras I've used.

Now for some flaws. The movie mode is horrible when compared to my brother's Canon Powershot (roughly the same size and his model was cheaper than this one). For one, the Canon had sound but you don't get sound with this camera. You may argue that if you want to make movies, buy a DV camera but my brother has sent me some cool little emails of my niece and the movie mode really is a good plus. Second, the movie mode picture was much grainier than with my brother's Canon. I probably won't use the movie mode on this camera but I probably would have if it was better.

In summary: great pictures so far (even though it is a cloudy day), great size, best UI I've seen, but the awful movie mode prevents me from giving this camera 5 stars (though I guess 4.5 stars would be closer to my opnion).

5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZED!
I was totally amazed by all the functions that this camera can perform. It has options that my more expensive cameras don't have. The main reason I bought this camera is to have a light weight digicam to carry in my purse at all times. I was missing too many opportunities. I have taken dozens of test shots and have not been disappointed. The color of creeks, in this part of Texas, is brown from the tannic acid, I merely use the built in blue filter and I have wonderful water! All the grass is dead and the pines have brown needles with a little green, I use the built in green filter and it looks like summer. The clarity is good right out of the camera and the images need little or no post production work. It surprised me that the battery life is so good since I thought that with a pack that small, I would run out in no time, but it's excellent. I can't say enough good things about this camera. I like it much better than my G2. The ability to regulate the flash is great, since I would tend to blow macro shots right out of the scene. The option to reduce the flash output is extremely valuable to me. The camera is unbelievably easy to use and I started shooting before having had time to read the manual and had no difficulty. I'm in the process of reading it now and it is also excellent, easy to understand and to the point. The camera is also fast, which is a definite plus! ... Read more


42. Casio CTK-591 Full-Size 61 Key Keyboard with Song Memory Recording Feature
list price: $219.99
our price: $139.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000DH7IT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 2167
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 61 Full-size keys and 24-note polyphonic
  • 246 tones including stereo piano, make you an instant orchestra
  • 50 built-in songs that you can sing-along with using microphone input connection
  • MIC input and volume control
  • MIDI IN/OUT jack and sustain pedal jack

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars NO AC ADAPTOR
I WAS CUT OFF THE LAST TIME I TRIED TO LEAVE A MESSAGE. SO, TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT. YOUR 149.99 PRICE IS $185.54 BY THE TIME YOU PAY TAXES, SHIPPING AND HANDLING. THE KEYBOARD DOES NOT INCLUDE AN AC ADAPTOR. I AM TOLD THEY ARE AROUND $30.00 AND IF YOU BUY THE WRONG ONE IT WILL BLOW UP YOUR KEYBOARD. WE ARE GOING TO TRY OUR BEST TO RETURN THIS TO TARGET. YOU SHOULD BE NOTIFIED OF THE EXTRA COST AND THE FACT THAT IT DOES NOT COME WITH AN AC ADAPTOR. BATTERIES ONLY LAST ABOUT 6 HOURS.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Entry Level Touch Sencitive Keyboard But Beware
I recently have decided to learn to play the keyboard. As a complete beginner I decided I wouls begin with a keyboard as opposed to a piano to learn, and possibly move up as I gained experience. I must say, after recently purchasing this instrument I am thoroughly pleased.

Upon receiving this, which is the entry level, or lowest priced Casio model to feature btouch sensitive keys, I found there to be to defects in the way that the keyboard functions, and it is free of the low volume problems that are apparant in yamaha's entry level touch sensitive model.

I also learned that, however, the buyer should beware. Not only does this product arrive without an AC power adapter, but it also lacks a sustain pedal, which is essential to anyone who plan to use this keyboard to play at least intermediate music.

The model numbers for the adapter and the sustain pedal are located in the owner's manuel, in case you do decide to purchase this otherwise problem free product. But buyer beware however, that the price listed above is not the final one. Add on approximately, as I know from experience, about 15 dollars for the adapter, and 20 dollars for the "optional" sustain pedal, plus taxes.

Overall, however, besides the additional costs, I have found this product to be of plaesing quality and have no other quibbs about it. The keyboard only possesses 61 keys, however, 27 short of a full 88 key keyboard found on high level digital pianos and acoustic pianos, being 5 octaves plus one key. If 61 keys is not enough, I recommend you look elsewhere.

For the beginner, I do recommend this product, but beware the extra fees.

1-0 out of 5 stars THIS THING IS BAD
This is so bad. My sister has a $30 key board and it works BETTER! I was so mad when I got this product. Its a high price for something little. WOW. do not and I repeat DO NOT buy this you will be sorry. It stinks. Well thats what I have to say.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware-final price is higher
Beware. The price listed does not include the cost of the AC power adapter. Furthermore, you must take care to make sure you get the correct power adapter, something I am not finding easy at this point. Unless you want to replace the batteries every six hours while you practice, the AC power adapter is essential - as Casio knew when they put this device on the market.
Had it not been for that one issue, I would have been absolutely elated with this product. ... Read more


43. CASIO GW300A-1V G-Shock Digital Watch - For Men
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00009NH3R
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 11604
Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Solar Powered
  • Atomic Timekeeping
  • Shock Resistant
  • 200 meter water resistant
  • World time - 26 time zones, 30 cities

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars No countdown time
Please note, despite the editorial review description, this watch does not have a countdown timer. Indeed it's the only flaw. I don't know why the description is in error, but beware!

5-0 out of 5 stars G-Shockingly great watch!
I love knowing that my watch is ALWAYS in perfect time. My workplace uses the atomic clock for it's network time so I know that my time is in perfect synch with every PC, network server and timeclock, as well as every clock in my house! If all of your friends have one, your will always know exacly what time everyone has! I am also VERY hard on watches. I can hardly ever keep one for more than a few months before I manage to break them, but I plan on having my G-shock for many years.

4-0 out of 5 stars For Punctuality Freaks - Like Me
Even though I lead a life of leisure, knowing my watch is correct to the second is important to me. I find this watch very comforting in that respect. I would like to address the problem of picking up the atomic signal that a couple of previous reviewers mentioned. I wonder if they set up the watch as the instructions dictate, laying it flat, near a window, away from electronic interference, etc. I live in an area of poor radio reception, far from the signal in Colorado, but the watch successfully receives the signal overnight if I follow the instructions. It's true, however, that it can be difficult or impossible to get the signal manually or if I haphazardly leave the watch lying around overnight. I have found that if the watch misses the signal one night it's still on perfect time the next day. Therefore, I'm very happy with its accuracy. I can't give it a five-star review because I find the function buttons don't work well. The way they're recessed makes it hard even for slender fingers to push. I like to use the stopwatch function for cooking, but it's rather annoying to start and stop it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good watch - quirky battery
I have now purchased two of these watches and both batteries have died after exactly 2 months of use. Overall, this is a really great watch; well made and solid. I've had no problems receiving the atomic signal each night at 5:03AM. The only problem I've had is the fact that the battery does not seem to recharge itself under normal conditions. I wear the watch everyday, outdoors and indoors and in all types of light. I have since discovered, however, that if the display ever goes blank (like mine did) then all you need to do is get into some direct sun light and it should recover. I can't seem to ever get the battery to show a "full" charge regardless of how long it's been in the sun. I turned off the auto light feature on my watch as I believe that was probably contributing to excessive battery wear. Again, a great watch but a bit of an annoyance with the quirky battery performance. I had to edit this review and revise my rating on the watch once I discovered the trick to the battery. I would recommend this watch but just be aware of how to solve the problem if the battery goes dead and the display goes blank.

2-0 out of 5 stars Waveceptor Doesn't Work
Lacks sensitivity to receive WWV signal every nite. Receives signal once about once a week on average. Returned three times under warranty. Casio replaced watch. Replacement doesn't work either despite Phoenix being only 800 miles from Ft. Collins CO. Other atomic clocks in the house work just fine. Evidently watch won't work in some locations. ... Read more


44. Casio Cassiopeia PV-S400Plus Pocket Viewer
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00005O71Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 8166
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4 MB PDA with scheduler, contacts, memos, and calculator
  • Copy, view, and edit Microsoft Excel documents
  • 160 x 160 LCD display with backlight
  • Works for 180 hours on 2 AAA batteries
  • What's in the box: Cassiopeia PV-S400Plus, PC Synchronization Cradle, Hard Cover, Stylus, User manual

Reviews (41)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best PDA purchase - EVER!
I've recently upgraded to the PVS400 Plus from earlier inexpensive PDA's and I'm thrilled with it! It's not as heavy as Palms, looks just as sleek and is the best PDA ever...

It includes all the basic functions... multiple contact lists (personal, business, etc.), great calendar functions (one time events up through yearly birthdays - all with optional alarm functions, which activate even when PDA is off!), memo areas (one where I keep passwords, medical info, emergency info and the other which is free-hand to take down quick notes, phone numbers, etc.) expense area (not used - can't comment), games (2), calculators, and a super large screen which avoids need to "wrap around" and scroll down to read... all of which can be password protected!

I purchased mine for $50, including cradle and set-up disc. For those who have Outlook Express (OE) which you can't sync with, (unlike the real "upgraded" Outlook), it's great that Casio has it's own operating system (OS). I couldn't tell you how many PDA's (4 at last count!) I purchased, and returned, because I couldn't sync w/OE and/or OS's weren't included.

This is a great gift... update family info on PC program and download into various PDA's and voila! Great for students of any age, kids finally moving out... they'll all have current contact info, birthdays, medical info, etc. at their fingertips, and with individual docking cradles, they can update as needed.

I could go on and on... I even talked my Dad into buying one and he loves it!

If you're not looking for email, camera functions, etc., this is the PDA for you! For $50 you can't go wrong... trust me!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Small Price To Pay For A Good PDA
I've had the Casio Cassiopeia Pocket Viewer for some time now and have found it to be a PDA worthy of rivaling any Royal brand organizer and can surpass any Sharp or other brand name organizer (under $100) I've seen out in the market. Among its many features, includes a calendar, scheduler (complete with To-do list, reminders, appointments, etc.), expense manager (which can calculate expenses by payment or expense type from particular dates), conversion calc, two games, and memo. In addition, it includes a Quick Memo feature which enables you to simply write out what you need to remember. You can also create a screensaver which briefly appears every time you turn on the Pocket Viewer from this feature. I especially like the great backlighting on this PDA. Also, I enjoy the Pocket Sheet feature which enables you to create your own mini spreadsheets. I've found it particularly useful for keeping track of class and textbook reading assignments. Apparently, you can also download Excel documents from your PC into your Pocket Viewer and vice versa, although I haven't tried it myself yet. You can also download other documents (games, etc.) from the Casio website by installing the free software that comes with your Pocket Viewer onto your PC. So overall, I'd say this PDA is great for anyone who wants the feel of a PDA (this PDA is actually more slimmer and easy to take along with you than most regular PDAs I've seen)--that is easy to use and has some good features on it-- without having to spend $100s of bucks for.

4-0 out of 5 stars This thing is great.
If you're looking for an inexpensive PDA to help organize your life, and don't need things like full color screens and wireless e-mail, look no further. I wanted a something to help keep me organized, but didn't want to spend hundreds on a bunch of high-tech toys I didn't need. The Cassiopeia PV-S400Plus Pocket Viewer is simple to use and a great value for the money. I read some reviews here complaining of it using up batteries quickly. I don't know where they're getting that. I bought one of these seven months ago and haven't had to change the batteries once. Highly recommended to anyone who needs an inexpensive, no bells and whistles organizer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Gets the Job Done
This will take care of all the basics for your personal organizational needs- scheduler, To-Do lists, contact info lists, MS Excel Spreadsheet program, basic calculator, free writing memo option, as well as some additional games. It doesn't have all of the exciting extras that some of the other programs have (i.e. email, color, etc) but it's one of the few high quality PDA's at a good price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Simplicity, Reliability, and Great Battery Life
I have used the PV-S250 for over two years and recently just got the PV-S400Plus for even less because the PV-S250 has been rather well used and I didn't want one of these overcomplicated power hungry expensive units. The software is virutally identical, so I was interested in extending the life of my PV-S250 and the PV-S400Plus was just the item.

I use the unit for two things: I make notes of system network ID's, device names, logons, common command syntax, support phone numbers, etc. and I synchronize with outlook all the time. I carry it around in my pocket and check my scedule liberally. The system can carry about 100 alarms, so I usually get a beep at my default reminder time in my outlook (15 minutes before a meeting). I also have access to all my Tasks and my Contacts.

The really useful aspect for me is the ability to modify my contacts, add phone numbers, email addresses, personal information, etc. to my Casio and then synch it back with Outlook. I can also take everything in my Outlook Contacts and Schedule with me whereever I go and never have to worry about remembering to put something into my Outlook if I have my PDA available. On the systems which I support that I don't touch very often, you can't imagine how useful it is to have the system ID number, network address or device name available because I saved it in my handheld. Plus, if you need to, you can password protect those items.

I am not interested in email on my PDA or anything really complex. I don't need an MP3 player or wireless web access. The spreadsheet capability is great if you really want to invest the time to synchronize with the Excel tool, but the screen is so small, that I find it not very worthwhile and I don't use it.

The simple expense tracking system is very useful and simple. I use it to track expenses on business trips and it does a great job.

I have not, as of yet, had any problem synchronizing with my PV-S400Plus, but I did occassionally with the PV-S250 and it was a royal pain to have to then do a full-synch since it ran about 9600 baud the whole time.

If you have a modem, you may wish to make sure you don't have interrupt conflicts, because my past experience with the PV-S250 was that it didn't like my fax modem being on at the same time.

One other drawback is that if you want to sychronize any of the other information like your notes, you do have to make a separate transfer from PCSynch. I don't like this aspect and I rarely use it. To date, I have never lost anything from memory in two years. I wish it had the ability to synch with the notes folder in Outlook instead. Also, while the Excel compatibility gives the unit a bit a power for calculations, I personally would rather have a it be able to read WORD files instead. But that is getting into bigger color units that are expensive.

My PV-S250 is still performing flawlessly even though it is showing some serious wear on the plastic exterior. Nevertheless, the unit has never failed me and the batteries last for over a month with regular use...try that with a color handheld PC!! ... Read more


45. Casio Keyboard Power Adapter
list price: $15.99
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Asin: B00005BMSN
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1186
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (8)

Juice Your Casio Keyboard
Why waste money on batteries? That there would be crazy.

Get this handy little item and play forever.

Just make sure you get the right adapter for the right keyboard.

Duh...

Works great for me
I got a Casio keyboard for xmas, and, considering it's size and quality, I was a little disapponted that it didn't come with a power supply (integrated or external (integrated would've been better)) but the next day I went to Toys R Us and bought this little gem and now all is fine.

Wrong Adaptor
I, like the other customers. ordered this adaptor based on the recommendation from the site, and was disappointed when, on Christmas Eve, I realized this was not right for the keyboard we had ordered. This situation was particularly misleading since the adaptor was practically "bundled" for sale with a product for which it is not compatible.

Wrong Adapter
We bought also the keybord and the adapter (as recommended) and it does not fit. I already tried to buy a new one, but it is not available.

Wrong Adapter
We ordered the Casio keyboard for our son Marcelo, and on X-Mas day we realize that the adapter recommended for this keyboard at hte site does not works for this specific keyboard. Now I have to use batteries, and do not know where can I buy the right adapter. ... Read more


46. Casio FX-260 Solar Scientific Calculator
list price: $15.95
our price: $13.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004TVDT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 6935
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For math and science students at all levels and for any home or office needing to make algebraic computations from time to time, Casio has created the FX-260 solar scientific calculator. An indispensable tool for students from high school onward, in lab classes, and for exams, the FX-260 features a two-line display, complex number calculations, and an algebraic mode, which displays the example precisely as written. Always powered up, it's useful as a household/office calculator for calculating finances, converting cooking measurements, and anything else you can think of when you wish you had a calculator at hand.

The clear, readable two-line display exhibits 10 digits in large numerals, showing the problem and answer together and permitting better tracking of your equations. With the Casio FX-260, you can quickly clear errors with the backspace key. You can also call upon 144 built-in mathematics functions and several fraction functions for basic equations and for fun. Plus, call upon the FX-260's basic scientific, exponential, and trigonometric functions for everything you need to complete your assignments and lab work. Key in and program formulas to save for future uses.

The Casio FX-260 provides one independent and six constant memory keys. It has a pragmatic key layout, making this an easy-to-use basic scientific calculator offering all the functions you'll need in a solidly constructed unit. Also, solar power means never replacing batteries. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • 144 built-in mathematic functions
  • Fraction functions
  • Accurate 10-digit, 10-plus-2 display
  • Backspace key to fix entry mistakes
  • Single variable statistical calculations

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars A trusty adding machine
I've used Casio calculators for over 20 years and love them. Good keypad layout, easy-to-use buttons, intuitive commands. This scientific calculator is perfect for engineering students.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Casio quality for an excellent price
I have been using Casio electronics for over a decade now -- starting with first data bank and touch screen watches. The brand has never failed me, so I have chosen Casio FX-260 over TI and Sharp competitors again. The calculator is great for graduate classes in Computer Science and Finance for sure (this is what I am using it for), and I am certain it will be more than enough for Physics, Chemistry, and other sciences. Compact design, a high-contrast screen, rubber keys -- everything is just right. And if I want to do graphing, I will use Matlab. Highly recommend!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for the price!
Needed a scientific calculator for a chemistry course and I found this one to be very easy to use. ...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great calculator for the price!!
This calculator is worth at least three time the price. I know of at least 2 PhD's who use it at the Colorado School of Mines. It is a rugged and compact machine that you can take into the field without any problems. I does most any calculation. For heavy calculations, I use a lap top.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great priced scientific calculator
I recently bought one of these scientific calculators. This calculator is not only compact but it is also inexpensive. And since it is solar powered I never have to worry about the batteries running down if I leave it on. This is a great calculator to buy if you don't want to spend a lot but want to get a lot from it. ... Read more


47. CASIO ABX23-8BV Twincept Databank Watch
list price: $44.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000UIUOI
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 781
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Thing
The Casio Twincept Series is one of the best things that has ever happend to the watch's industry's customers.
I have the twincept ABX-53 for 7 years by now, and I have never thought about replacing or anything like that.
Unfortunately, like VolksWagen's Beetle, it's too good to be kept selling over.
So take that chance, and enjoy life!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Watch with Databank
Dual Time, indiglo, light weight, cool looking watch.
Has Dial display and digital time, along with databank to store phone numbers (about 30). The best feature of the watch is the digital display on the glass/faceplate and the dial behind it is really nice concept, indiglo button on the bottom portion is very convienent, lastly the watch can be used for casual formal wear (sometimes) by just turning of the electronic display!
I have it for 2 years now, no problems, never took it off my wrist, i have other watches too, but never felt the need to wear another one with this with me

Go get it ... Read more


48. CASIO EDB610-1C Databank Watch - For Men
list price: $69.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009EIVN
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 3396
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2- Color Display (Blue/Black)
  • 8-Digit Calculator
  • 300-page Databank
  • 8 letters and 12 numerals per page
  • E-data memory 50

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Glad I got it
I was initially put off by the review that said this was an over-ambitious watch. I'm glad I read the next, and went to the owner's manual online at Amazon. I've had this watch for a few weeks and like it a lot. It's readable, the basic features are easy enough to use, and it has what I want: alarm, stopwatch, timer, calculator, databank. Oh, and a timekeeper! The light is bright enough, the numbers easy to read. Good watch for the money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Plastic band often breaks
I've had two Casio watches and I am always having problems with the plastic band. It would break right where the band is connected to the watch. Does anyone know if the metal bands are any better? I am really tired of buying Casio watches if their plastic bands are always going to break, usually within 2 years of use. It's a good watch and I like the features but I think the product is poorly made.

5-0 out of 5 stars Clarification for previous review
Clarifications: 1)In my previous review I mentioned a metal band - this is another version, which Amazon has discontinued. 2) The telememo mode does require one button press it didn't before, on the other hand it takes fewer presses to get there, and then you can get to what you want much more quickly by pressing the first letter of what you want, which can save a lot of time if you have 80 entries.

5-0 out of 5 stars Well designed, pushing the limits of space
This watch is easier to use than the previous version!

I owned the previous version for 7-8 years until it broke. I hesitated to buy this (based on the previous review), until I looked at the instruction manual via Amazon, which made me realize it's easier to use than the older one!

They figured out the problems with the old one (buttons too small, too many button pushes to get to each mode), and fixed them.

It still isn't perfect: letter entry means cycling through the number and the 3 letters per button to get to the one you want (4 choices, up from the 3 you had before, because to make the buttons bigger they reduced the number of buttons and fit more on each); you have to learn a fair amount from the manual to use it; case and watch, tho better, are still the standard, (not impressive looking) brushed steel look you get at this price.

I disagree with the previous reviewers complaints: each mode is easier to get to, and they're ready to use when you get there (no extra pushes: you do have to wait a couple seconds for the display to change, but you can start entry right away, and the display catches up).

You can't enter as many alarms on specific days (limit 5) as before, but I never entered more than that anyway - this really isn't a replacement for a PDA, it's an addition that I use for the most critical information and reminders.

All in all, about the best you can do with this amount of space, I'd say. I'd ask for a better case and band, and the ability to sync or communicate with a computer.

2-0 out of 5 stars The programmers got carried away
This style is the latest version of the Casio databank series. As with others in the series , it does what is promised, is reliable and potentially is a very convenient way to keep info, schedules, alarms and phone numbers close at hand wherever you go.

I say "potentially", because the usability of this product has dropped radically from previous versions. Whereas before with just a couple of button pushes you could quickly and easily call up, say, a phone number, with this version it's more complicated. If you switch into phone number mode (which is harder to do until you memeorize the locations of the almost too small to recognize icons) which requires multiple instead of the previous one step, it tells you that you're in that mode but requires more pushes to actually get any info. Basically, although this model has a couple more features that the previous model, and has larger (though dimmer) characters in the display, the interface is so inferior to the previous generation, that it can not be recommended.

Someone just got too carried away with being "techy" and never actually tested this design in the real world. Until they fix this, look for the older model- they're still out there. ... Read more


49. CASIO DW6900-1V G-Shock Watch

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Asin: B00000DM9J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 10045
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Shock-resistant
  • Electro-luminescent backlight permits easy reading of watch in dark conditions
  • Stopwatch at 1/100th second increments with net time, split time and first and second place times
  • Daily alarm
  • Countdown alarm

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best all-purpose active/sports watch I have ever owned.
I have brought this watch through the trials of time and it continues to function flawlessly. I bought this watch before enduring 6 weeks of boot camp at the United States Naval Academy. The Casio G-Shock performed great in the mud, rain, rivers, and grueling sessions of physical training. If it can handle the military, it can handle any civilian duty!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Smash it, thrash it, crush it and it continues to tick
One of the best watches I have ever owned. A poster watch when it comes to durability and functionality. Doesn't have complex functions and bizzaro controls, but rather is suited for just about every individual. If you are an active outdoor individual and are afraid of hurting your watch when rollerblading, snowboarding, anything -- then buy a G-Shock and you will not be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Most Rugged Watch In the World
This watch is the best all purpose watch. I am a Firefighter and I rely on this all the "time". I also reccomend this to people who work with electricity because of the all rubber design there is no chance the band will conduct and shock you unlike metal banded watches. And the price is the best I have seen. ... Read more


50. Casio Algebra FX 2.0 Graphing Calculator
list price: $109.95
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Asin: B00004TVDM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 18752
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For students in any field, but especially math and sciences, Casio's FX 2.0 algebra graphing calculator is a problem-solving tool with features for storing, graphing, and analysis using the computer algebra systems, programming, statistical functions, and many other features.

The large, readable display exhibits 8 lines and 21 characters in black and white with icon and pull-up menus. You can factor/expand and simplify simultaneous equations with a maximum of 30 orders. The FX 2.0 analyzes up to 10 matrices combined with data storage in lists containing up to 999 elements per list. It solves equations interactively for different variables and calculates mean/median and sum, distribution, mode results and regression coefficient.

Readily accessible functions from basic math include random numbers, DMS, auto zoom, decimals/fractions, first/second derivatives, integration, complex functions, matrix functions, and base-n calculations. It also performs statistical functions like histograms/broken line, box plots, modified box plots, distribution curve, scatter plot/XY line, med-med line, and linear/quadratic/cubic and quartic regression. Additionally, sinusoidal regression, logistic regression, trace of regression graph, and copy of regression expression are easily accessed features. Program functions incorporate user-defined programs, a search for program name, and a search for program data.

The algebra tutor shows step-by-step solutions or allows the student to manually solve equations. The FX 2.0 includes 128 KB RAM and 768 KB flash ROM. A communication port enables linking to a personal computer, to another FX 2.0, or to a Casio data analysis device. With unlimited history, catalog function, up to 20 function memories, calculation window, clipboard, resume, up to 20 pictures, and three languages (English, Spanish, and French), the FX 2.0 is essential equipment for Algebra 1 and 2 and in physics and engineering courses. It is powered by four AAA alkaline batteries and one lithium battery for backup to preserve memory.

The Casio FX 2.0 comes with a comprehensive guidebook and is supported by a one-year limited warranty. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • Advanced graphing calculator with icon-driven menu
  • Large 21-character, 8-line display
  • 768 KB ROM flash memory for downloading new software
  • Algebra tutor for step-by-step solutions
  • Includes factor/expand, simplify, simultaneous equations, and other functions

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Casio Algebra FX 2.0
I want to begin by saying that I'm no expert when it comes to Math or Scientific Calculators. I am just a regular user of this product. I graduated High School in 1981, and I started going to a local community college in 2001. I think it's safe to say that things have changed quite a bit, I never took Algebra in High School and was very intimidated by it, truth be known; I still am intimidated. I found this calculator by doing a web search, but I could not find the calculator itself anywhere. I found it here at Amazon.com by accident. I am very impressed at what this little machine will do, it's a real lifesaver, and all my friends at school are always asking me "will yours do this kind of problem" and the answer is almost always a yes. Their TI-83's usually wont. The only drawback that I can see to the Casio is that nobody really has any experience with them, and you're somewhat alone in the learning process. I do wish that Casio would make their instruction booklet a little easier to understand. I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb calculator.
In my whole life I have owned ten calculators made by five different manufacturers, with TI accounting for four of them. I enjoy discussing the pros and cons of the various models with my friends and I have come to realize that choosing a programmable calculator is a very personal, even subjective, matter. That is why I respect different opinions about calculators, even if I do not fully agree with them. Sometimes the choice of a calculator boils down to a much-needed feature. This is true in my present case. My favourite calculator so far is the Casio Algebra FX 2.0, and that choice hinges on one vital feature: the ability to process matrices containing complex elements. Whereas some other calculators can handle matrices, they usually handle only those containing real elements. As any electrical engineer (like myself) can tell you, this seemingly small difference is critical. Anyone who does circuit analysis with inductive or capacitive components will encounter matrices and simultaneous equations containing complex elements. Complex matrices take ten times as long as real matrices to calculate, and the calculation is very error prone. It is precisely here that many textbooks (e.g. Hughes Electrical Technology) make numerous calculation errors. It is so easy to overlook the simple fact that the square of i is minus one, and when you make that one mistake, it ripples through the whole matrix. As far as I know, the Casio Algebra FX 2.0 is the lowest cost calculator that can handle complex matrices and complex simultaneous equations. By comparison, the TI-83 (which costs the same) can only do real matrices. The TI-86, on the other hand, can do complex matrices, but it is more expensive.... I have examined the other features of the Casio FX 2.0, and have been impressed by their depth. As to its ergonomics, the keys have a nice feel, the LCD is sharp and clear, the plastic case is solid, and the calculator does not wobble at all. My only complaint is that the PC link cable is an optional extra (a real letdown).

5-0 out of 5 stars For professional Usage
I have been using Casio calculators since my High School. In my engineering course I used FX-120 & SuperFx-100. While I am at job, I had to implement some complex differential equations on my software. I really got a good solution in the form of Casio Algebra FX 2.0 Plus. This product is simply the best, it solves my purpose. I could even try my algorithm even while I am travelling - hats of to the Programming feature. Please note I am making this comment for the AFX 2.0 Plus version.

The keys are smooth, grip is good. However the calculator is slightly bulky. Overall its a embedded computer fitting within hand.

4-0 out of 5 stars SB-87/SB-155 CABLE HARD TO FIND
HERE IS A SITE WITH THE HARD TO FIND CABLE FOR THIS CALCULATOR. JUST COPY & PASTE. http://www.pccables.com/87020.htm IT IS $17.99. I LIKE THIS CALCULATOR ALOT, BUT THERE ARE A FEW THINGS THAT COULD BE IMPROVED ON IT. AND FOR THE ONE WAITING FOR CASIO TO HAVE A COLOR CALCULATOR, WELLLLL THEY NOW HAVE ONE. LOL

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this!
If you're gonna buy a graphing calc, get a TI-89, I first bought this Casio one and it's completely overrated by the most part of the people that has written here... It's not good at all.
Now I'm totally satisfied with my TI-89 ... Read more


51. Casio FX-115MS Plus Scientific Calculator
list price: $26.95
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00004TVDO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 3618
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For math and science students at all levels, and for any home or office that needs algebraic computations from time to time, Casio has created the FX-115W Plus two-line display scientific calculator. An indispensable tool for students from high school onward, in lab classes, and for exams, the FX-115W Plus features a two-line display, complex number calculations, and an algebraic mode that displays the example precisely as written. It's useful in the household or office for calculating finances, converting cooking measurements, and anything else you think of when you wish you had a calculator at hand.

The clear, readable, two-line display exhibits 10 digits in large numerals, showing the problem and answer together and permitting better tracking of your equation-solving process. You can also call upon 279 built-in mathematical functions, many complete with engineering symbols, for a variety of tasks, including calculations in base conversions, logical operations, and standard deviation and regression analysis. Plus, you can key in and program formulas to save for future use.

The FX-115W Plus provides one independent and six constant memory keys. It has a pragmatic key layout, making this an easy-to-use basic scientific calculator offering the functions you'll need in a solidly constructed unit. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • Large 2-line display
  • Visually perfect algebraic method displays example as written
  • Complex number calculation
  • 279 built-in mathematic functions
  • Fraction fun

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars great for math fans but with really poor instructions
The Casio fx115 calculator comes in several 'flavors'. The 'w' and 'MS' are the most commonly seen for sale. Other than cosmetic changes the MS has a 'SOLVE' feature which is very limited in what it can solve and very slow. This calculator holds itself out as 'algebraic' but as many calculators which say that this one has a great deal of postfix, or RPN, in it. The 'hard edges' of RPN are smoothed out, however making this calculator quite a simple one to use given the number of its functions. The fx series in general [mine is an MS] is an excellent high school and collage calculator although it has no graphing features. The keyboard is well laid out and the keys themselves hard plastic. No. There is no way in this universe that this will replace my trusty Hewlett Packard RPN calculator [which costs two and half times more, by the way] but I carry this Casio, as well, because many are not comfortable with postfix [RPN]. It is hard, and most likely against some law, to claim one calculator is a copy of another but as I use this I 'feel' a 'crossbreeding' of Hewlett Packards 20s and 32Sii. Its lacking the HPs solid feeling, though. Still a dandy bit of equipment although with the poorest and most unreadable instruction sheet I have ever encountered in a calculator of this class [and I collect them].

5-0 out of 5 stars Best calc for middle school math
I have used many calculators through my years but this is the best simple, multi-function calculator. It can do basic functions with scientific mode and insert variables into equations. It has many features including a great 2 line display so that you can review the equation you typed in and look at the answer all at one time. It includes exponets, and the variable exponet key, spuare roots and cube roots, fractions sin, cos, and tan functions with memory and paranthesis among the basic calculator functions. I prefer the Casio to the Texas Instruments because this calculator is much easier to understand in button layout. I do not recommend this if your child is about to go to high school because when you go into high school, you will be required to buy a graphing calculator for geometry and such. Schools often require the Texas Instruments Model
TI-83 which is very pricy and has so many functions that its mind-boggling. If you need an ideal calculator for algebra or pre algebra, this is the calculator for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cassio vs. Sharp
I have purchased within the last two weeks both the Casio fx-115MS and the Sharp EL-506VB calculators. If you enter (21)2 in both calculators and then press the equal key, the Casio will display "Syntax Error" and the Sharp will display "Error 1.". Why is an error message displayed in both calculators? Does this mean that there is the same "bug" in both calculators?

On the other hand, if you enter 2(21) in both calculators and then press the equal key, both calculators will generate 42 in their respective display areas. It must be that each calculator's design is such that both do not recognize an "operator" (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division) when a number enclosed in parentheses is immediately followed by another number.

If you enter (21)2, both calculators recognize it as an error in "syntax" or rules by which either unit can calculate or perform an "operation." You did not enter an operator so the calculator cannot perform any calculation. In the first case, (21)2, no operation (multiplication) is recognized by either calculator and as a result, both units generate the "error" message. In the second case, 2(21), both calculators recognize the "operator" (multiplication) and performs the operation to arrive at the correct answer, 42.

Nevertheless, both the Sharp and the Casio recognizes the "order of operation." For example, if you enter the expression (2 +3)2 and then press the equal key, you will again see the "error" message displayed by both calculators. However, if you enter (2 + 3) x 2, you will see the correct answer displayed by both calculators, that is, 10. It is evident that any number or expression enclosed in parentheses as the first entry which is then followed by a number will generate the "error" message.

I just tried entering (2 + 3)2 on the scientific calculator that comes with Windows XP Home edition. When I pressed the enter key, the display remained at "2." This means that the computer did not recognize any "operator" after (2 + 3). If you enter "(" then "2" then "+" then "3" then ")", you see immediately that the result of the operation is 5. Go on and enter "2" and press the equal key, and you see that nothing happens because you did not enter any operator (multiplication) after 5. You are stuck at 2. While the calculator in Windows will not generate an "error" message on the one hand, both the Sharp and Casio will to let you know that you have violated the "syntax" or rules used by either calculator. Remember, a calculator is just a dumb paper weight and it won't do anything for you until you tell it exactly what to do. However, both the Sharp and Casio will perform various calculations for you but will only follow the "syntax" or rules incorporated in their respective designs.

One feature on the Sharp that I really like is the fact that each numeral or expression you enter is displayed in the lower line of the two line display before you enter an operator. This allows you to see and make sure you are entering the correct data. Once you enter the correct data and follow it with some type of operator, the data you entered appears on the upper line of the display area. This allows you to "double check" all entries before you press an operator or equal key. The Casio fx-115MS on the other hand shows all data entered on the upper line first just as you enter it in the calculator.

I like both calculators equally well, and both have their advantages and disadvantages. But the advantages and disadvantages spring mostly from user preference. For me though, the Sharp EL-506VB has the edge because it comes with more thorough and user friendly documentation explaining each function more thoroughly than the Casio fx-115MS. So for five dollars more the Sharp is worth it.

The ... Casio graphing calculator also looks like a good investment and seems to come with a very adequate booklet of about 150 to 200 pages. That will most likely be my next calculator.

5-0 out of 5 stars great calculator for the price
I'm amazed by the features in a $15 calculator. Basically all casual lab calculations I need are handled by this one. Of course it has all of the standard scientific/trig functions, plus a stats mode for mean, std dev, linear regression, etc. What makes it really great is the simultaneous equation solver for 2 or 3 variable linear equations, the quadratic solver, and the cubic (!) solver. Yes, you can solve these analytically pretty easily, but after awhile it gets tedious and you just want the answer.It also lets you enter an equation and solve for any variable without isolating the one you want first, though this is a bit less successful. The numerical integration feature is nice, though the algorithms for these last two aren't as robust as those of the old hp series (eg math error on I(0,1) [sinx/x) dx]). Also does numerical derivatives, fractions and complex numbers, though I have no need for these. The manual is pretty skimpy, but you can't expect much at this price. It's very easy to use and prompts for variables it needs.
In summary, makes a great lab calculator, and any calculations it won't handle are probably best done on a computer anyway.

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific School Calculator
I bought this calculator from Staples for $14.99 on August 11, 2001. Then, I lost it about a week ago lol. After having it for two years, I'm VERY pleased with it. The look of it is a lot better than the Texas Instruments and all the buttons are in the place that you would put them if you were designing it. The two-line display works great and you can recall up to 8 problems on the calculator. The only drawback is the battery dies out after awhile, but then the solar panel comes in handy. Overall, this calculator is great. Any Casio product I have liked. Since I found this on Amazon I think I'm going to purchase another one as a replacement. I recommend it. ... Read more


52. CASIO TV980WHE Pocket Personal Color TV Kit - Black

Asin: B0000CE6Q4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 16761
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Features

  • Screen size 2.3 Anti-glare Super Twisted Nematic High Quality Passive (TI-STN) LCD with 39,600 pixel resolution
  • Reception -VHF- Channels 2 to 13; UHF - Channels 14 to 69
  • AC Input, Earphone Jack, Rod Antenna, Anti-glare Screen
  • 4 AA Batteries or AC Adapter
  • May also be run on Car battery power using optional CAS CAK65

53. CASIO SY-21 2.3-Inch Color Portable TV

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Asin: B00006JBIH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 8026
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Features a 2.3-inch color screen with Anti-Glare Technology ( Ti-STN ) that delivers a satisfying viewing experience under almost any conditions
  • 39,600 pixel screen for sharp, vivid images
  • Perfect for long hikes, camping out or adventures at sea
  • Built-in earphone jack (earphones optional) lets you personalize your viewing, so you can keep that game all to yourself
  • Telescoping rod antenna

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars worth it
I dont know what the person who wrote the first review was thinking but this is a great product its worth the money. it works great.

1-0 out of 5 stars watch out for this one!
This thing doesn't work! It died suddenly after 2 weeks and we had to fix it by shipping it out of state! Trust me, it's not worth the trouble. ... Read more


54. Casio TR-18BU Blue Ink Cartridge

our price: $9.49
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Asin: B000083CU3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 1434
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Casio TR-18BU blue ink ribbon tape is a replacement cartridge for use with Casio CW-50 and CW-75 CD title writers. Each tape is designed to yield approximately 50 print areas, and color output is dependent on the color of the surface of the disc. The cartridge is designed for easy installation and removal. ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with Casio CW-50 and CW-75 CD Title Writers
  • Yields up to 50 print areas
  • 18 mm tape width
  • Appearance of tape color is affected by color of disc/print media
  • A quality Casio product

55. Casio Cassiopeia BE-300 Pocket Manager (Color)
list price: $169.99
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Asin: B00005O0IU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 12744
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Organize your busy life with the Casio Cassiopeia BE-300 Pocket Manager. Running Windows CE 3.0 as its operating system, the BE-300 features a unique interface that emphasizes ease of use, while offering superior connectivity with Windows PCs.

The Casio BE-300 comes with 16 MB of RAM and 16 MB of ROM, a 166 MHz processor, and a bright, 320 x 240 pixel passive-matrix screen that displays 32,000 colors. It's equipped with a Type II CompactFlash (CF) card slot, enabling you to add memory cards, wireless network cards, camera modules, and more.

You'll be productive right out of the gates with the collection of software included with the BE-300. It comes with such PIM tools as Calendar, Contacts, To Do, and Memo, as well as e-mail and Web browser programs. Synchronize your contacts and e-mail with your PC using Microsoft Outlook. You'll also get multimedia programs for playing MP3 digital audio files, viewing still photos, and capturing images with an optional CompactFlash camera.

Take time out to play with your BE-300 with content from MyCasio.com. You'll find a complete spectrum of mobile content (music and e-books), travel services, restaurant information, the latest news, and more.

The Casio BE-300 is powered by an internal rechargeable Li-ion battery that provides up to a week's worth of power (based on normal usage). It comes with a USB connection cradle for synchronizing data with your PC.

What's in the box

  • Cassiopeia BE-300
  • AC adapter
  • Lithium ion battery
  • USB cradle
  • USB cable
  • Stylus
  • Flip cover
  • User manual
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Features

  • 16 MB of internal RAM
  • 3.2-inch color display
  • 320 by 240 screen resolution
  • Runs on Windows CE 3.0
  • What's in the box: Cassiopeia BE-300, AC adapter, Lithium ion battery, USB cradle, USB cable, Stylus, Flip cover, User manual

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


56. CASIO AD-A12280L AC Adapter CW-75

our price: $23.99
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Asin: B00011CNXA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 3431
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57. Casio LD-50AD Touch-Sensitive Digital Drums with Guide Lights and AD-5 AC Adapter
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B000063XP1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 9403
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

After pulling the Casio LD-50 out of the box, we were first impressed by the sleekness of design. The shape is reminiscent of a Flying V guitar. There are red rings around each of the four drum pads that, in synchro mode, light up when you hit a pad. In lesson mode the pad lights up to guide you in learning to play. Casio's Lighting Guide System can be turned off and also has a dual-light play mode that combines lesson and synchro modes.

Casio has built into the LD-50 four sound-effects pads that can be changed to one of five different modes. The sound effects go from fun animal sounds to serious sci-fi and beat sounds. The LD-50 has 50 preset rhythms ranging from rock to jazz. These rhythms can be used for accompaniment as well as for interactive tutorials in lesson mode. You can assign each pad with one of 47 preset sounds. Casio has done some of the work for you and preselected nine different drum kits you can choose from to better suit your style of play.

We were quickly able to access all of the functions, and the clear layout of the display made it easy to know what mode we were in. However, while going through all the features we felt the dial operation was a little awkward and sometimes it took two hands to scroll through the menus. The only mode that was hard to find was the touch response mode. The touch response feature allows you to change the sensitivity of the pads so that it takes a harder or softer strike to trigger it. After a quick consultation of the informative user's manual we were able to customize the LD-50 within minutes.

This set is great for beginners and students. The synchro/start function allows you to trigger the beginning of a preset rhythm and tempo simply by starting to play. This limits stuttering starts and eliminates the user from having to wait for a good time to jump into the rhythm. The student or beginner will find that the LD-50 is lightweight and portable. It takes up very little room on the desk or tabletop. It has a built-in speaker with a maximum volume that is suitable for household use, but if you need extreme privacy you can plug in headphones. The LD-50 uses six AA batteries or an AD-5 AC adapter for power. The power adapter is not included.

Casio's LD-50 has enough customizing features to make it a very flexible instrument. We spent a lot of time exploring the different rhythms and sounds. The LD-50 would be a good learning tool for any aspiring percussionist or a great addition for anyone looking to keep skills sharp. --Brian Vandiver

Pros:

  • Lighting Guide System helps beginners improve skills
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Loaded with rhythms and sounds
  • Includes drumsticks
  • Headphone jack for privacy
Cons:
  • Dial operation awkward
  • Two hands required for menu operation
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Features

  • Lighting Guide System for easy learning
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Loaded with rhythms and sounds
  • Includes drum sticks
  • Headphone jack for privacy

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for.
I picked up an LD-50 at the local music store for $50. I don't think anyone would buy this expecting digitally sampled drum kits. But for $50 you can bang around and have a lot of fun. I have no sense of rhythm and 10 minutes on this thing has tightened up my timing considerably.

Mine came without a manual. The Amazon reviewer mentioned how hard it was to find the touch sensitivity setting until he checked the manual....I sure wish he told us all how to access the sensitivity setting.

IF ANYONE HAS ONE OF THESE AND CAN TELL ME HOW TO CHANGE THE SENSITIVITY LEVEL I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT!!!

Please e-mail the info to me at:
a l t h o f f @ v e r i Z o n . n e t
(delete all the spaces between the letters)

I have to agree with Lori... Casio support is nearly non-existant. No way to e-mail them. Though they advertise having online manuals they do not have the LD-50 manual online. Call them and be prepared to wait on hold forever.

Come on Casio...you guys were once the leaders in low cost consumer electronics...how about some customer support?

3-0 out of 5 stars Customer service skips a beat
The LD-50 is a great product . . . but the customer service from Casio just doesn't keep the beat. When using the web for technical support, the page on the company site simply says "page not found." When calling for customer service using a number found on the site, the caller calls one number, then is instructed by a non-native English speaker to call a second number, and then instructed to call a repair facility in New Jersey. When calling that number, if the phone queue is full, no matter the time of day, the caller will just be disconnected. So be careful: the purchaser will have difficulty obtaining any kind of information on his or her product. So this buyer recommends a purchase of an inexpensive instrument that can be repaired through a local music store where you and your music keep time. Don't mess with this company's so-called customer service. ... Read more


58. Casio(R) FX-9750GPlus Graphing Calculator
list price: $99.95
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000DJENZ
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Casio Inc.
Sales Rank: 265
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great calculator (I'm a teacher and an engineer)
This calculator is as good or better than my TI 83 plus for much less money. Full price this calculator is only 49.99. I found for even less elsewhere. The graphical icon menu makes it very user friendly without having to study the thick manual. ... Read more


59. Casio GSST Adjustable Keyboard Stand

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Asin: B0000669DW
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 1542
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Editorial Review

Stop using those rickety boxes and give your musical keyboard some pride of place! This X-style design, adjustable keyboard stand from Casio easily changes height from 28 inches to 37 inches with a spring-loaded knob that locks solidly into place. Constructed with heavy-duty steel, it has rubber feet so it stays up--and stays put--during the big solo. The stand will hold keyboards up to 20 inches deep and is 30 inches wide when fully opened. ... Read more

Features

  • X shape design can support all compatible pianos
  • Stand is both portable and sturdy with easy to store design
  • Stand is compatible with LK-30, LK-33, LK-40, LK-42, LK-43, LK-43JC, LK-45, LK-50, LK-55, LK-6, 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-3500
  • Compatible with CTK-540, CTK-541, CTK-551, CTK-555L, CTK-560, CTK-560L, CTK-571, CTK-573, CTK-574, CTK-591, CTK-611, CTK-620L, CTK-631, CTK-651, CTK-671, CTK-691, CTK-711EX, CTK-731, CTK-80, CTK-811EX, CTK451
  • Also compatible with CTK-120, CTK-130, CTK-150, CTK-401, CTK-411, CTK-431, CTK-450, CTK-451, CTK-471, CTK-481, CTK-483, CTK-485, CTK-491, CTK-495, CTK-496, CTK-510, CTK-511, CTK-519, CTK-520L, CTK-530, CTK-531, CTK-533

60. Casio KL-780 EZ Label Printer

Asin: B0000AQNR5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 28205
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