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Casio makes printing CD labels easier

Posted in Casio,music by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2007

Casio CW-E60 Title Printer

I never use labels. I’m in the habit of using a sharpie when I burn CDs. The problem is that my writing is terrible. Lucky for me I understand my chicken-scratch most of the time, but sometimes even I’m at a loss. Printing out labels is a hassle. So the Casio CW-E60 Title Printer looks perfect for me. We all want more professional looking CDs.

It features a 200 dpi print resolution and uses a thermal transfer ribbon to print the label on your disc. Plus it comes with easy to use software to design your labels. It will also let you choose from 8 different colored ribbons for your prints. The price isn’t too bad either at $60. Sure beats trying to decipher bad writing.

Casio USB label mouse prints

Posted in Casio,Mouse,Printers by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2007

Casio USB label mouse.In a way, the Casio USB label mouse from Brando looks like an updated fortune cookie. It’s a pretty innovative doubling up of 2 products. Just print labels directly from your mouse.

This is probably for those people that need to label everything with their name on it. There is a drawback however. The thermal roll paper isn’t cheap. It retails for $14 for a pack of 3. Ouch! The mouse itself costs $29. But you really can’t put a price on cool. It might save your desktop from Post-It overload.

Rugged hands-on with the Casio G’zOne Type-S

Posted in Casio,Mobile Phones,Outdoors,Review,Verizon,Waterproof by Reuben Drake on September 30th, 2007

Casio G’zOne Type-S is a rugged mobile phone that can take wet, shock and outdoor exposureThis past June we wrote about Casio’s tough G’zOne Type-S mobile phone when it was released and we recently got a chance to get our hands on one to see just how tough this thing really was and what “water resistant” really meant. What we found is that the G’zOne Type-S lives up to its hype on standing against the elements and also had some nice surprises we were not expecting.

Faster than the eye

Posted in Casio,Digital Cameras by Chetz on September 1st, 2007

Casio to release high speed camera with pictures at 60 fps or video at 300fpsCasio Computer made an announcement yesterday in Berlin at the IFA, a consumer electronics trade show, that pushes the envelope outward as to how fast digital camera speeds can be. The company showed off its latest invention, a camera that can take a burst of 60 frames per second at its most maximum resolution or take VGA quality video at 300 frames per second (that’s faster than the human eye can see) thanks to a high-speed LSI image processing chip inside of it. There is also a feature called Pre-shot Burst Mode which will also record a sequence of images just before your finger presses the button, just in case something happens in the moment before you thought it was going to happen.

Casio G-Shock US Surfing Open Limited Edition Watch

Posted in Casio,Outdoors,Watches by Chetz on August 10th, 2007

Casio G-Shock Limited edition white watch for the US Open of SurfingCasio has released a limited edition version of their extreme sports-tough G-Shock watches for this years US Open of Surfing. The watch comes in a white resin case and band with the US Open of Surfing logo branded on the band.

The US Open of Surfing G-Shock watch will obviously Casio’s well-known shock resistance along with water resistance up to 200 meters, afterglow backlight, countdown timer, stopwatch, alarm, a preprogrammed calendar and it just looks cool.

There doesn’t appear to be G-Shocks Tidegraph feature available in this watch, which is surprising since its commemorating a sport that lives in the ocean. The G-Shock Surfing Limited Edition watch is retailing for $110 and you can read more at the G-Shock website.

Casio Limited Edition US Open of Surfing branded G-Shock watch

via GearPatrol

Casio USB Label Printer

Posted in Casio,Office Gadgets,Printers,USB by Reuben Drake on July 31st, 2007

Casio egg-shaped USB label printerBrando has an interesting looking USB powered label printer which is kinda’ cool in itself, but they had to take it a step further and make the device egg-shaped. The Casio USB label printer, like it sounds, is powered by the USB connection from your computer and comes with some driver software to allow you to print out your own self-stick labels.

You can print in any TrueType font from your computer as the device uses a thermal printer head to create the your custom labels. The egg-shaped printing gadget is 79mm tall including the little stand its on and is a nice change in color and shape from most of the peripherals on a persons desk. The Casio USB label printer runs $29 from Brando.

via Gizmodo

G’zOne Type-S Rugged Phone From Verizon

Posted in Casio,Mobile Phones,Verizon by Chris Weber on June 1st, 2007

G’zOne Type-S Rugged Phone From VerizonToday Verizon has announced the launch of the G’zOne Type-S military-grade mobile phone. Verizon will be the exclusive provider of this rugged handset which is an upgrade from the Type-V they debuted last year.

The G’zOne Type-S is a smaller, more streamlined version of it’s predecessor but offers the same outdoorsy toughness. The mobile phone was built tough enough to pass military standards 810F according with an array of environmental tests:

A water resistant test was done to simulate exposure to rain at a rate of 2 inches per hour combined with a 40 MPH wind.
It passed a humidity test that was done over 10 days in 24 hour cycles with high temps with 95% humidity.
It was dropped 26 times at different angles from just under 5 feet on to a solid wood surface (while powered off).

It passed a dust resistant test with …

New Casio Exilim EX-Z1200

Posted in Casio,Digital Cameras by Chetz on May 22nd, 2007

Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z1200Casio is set to release the highest resolution compact digital camera when it rolls out the Exilim Zoom EX-Z1200 in mid-July. The Exilim will offer a whopping 12.1 megapixels of rez for your family photos making everything turn out crystal clear.

As well the Exilim will come with CCD-shift image stabilization technology, face detection software and motion analysis image processing for those snaps of the fast-moving family members. The camera comes with 11.4 MB of internal memory which won’t be enough for those huge files and if you want to take a bunch of photos or video but of course a memory card can be inserted to boost the memory to 1 GB or more.

The 2.8-inch LCD display on the backside of the unit is nice, wide and bright (1400cd/m2). You can take up to 3 shots per second (including in flash mode) …

Casio XJ-S46 DLP Projector

Posted in Casio,DLP,Projectors by Chetz on April 30th, 2007

Casio XJ-S46 DLP ProjectorIf someone asks you to think of three words that best describe a DLP chances are you may come up with the following: heavy, bulky and pricey. Well, Casio is trying hard to make you forget about the first two with its newest DLP unit, the XJ-S46.

This sleek and stylish device projects 2,500 lumens of light but its marvel is in its size (it’s the thinnest projector currently on the market) and weight (3.7 pounds or 1.7 kilos, whichever way you like your weight calculated.) With those specs you can slip this into your satchel, slap it on your back and pedal back from that morning office presentation and then watch “Casino Royale” that night in your home.

Casio also has another model, the XJ-S36, which outputs 2,000 lumens and of course costs less. Both models offer 1800:1 contrast, XGA resolution and are easy …


Posted in Casio,Digital Cameras by Paul Patterson on January 31st, 2007

Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050The Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050 is the latest addition to the series of EXILIM digital cameras. The EX-Z1050 replaces the successful EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1000 which won many fans by delivering 10.1 megapixel resolution in a size that fits in the palm of your hand.

The main features of the Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050 include:

10.1-megapixel resolution
The EXILIM Engine 2.0 image-processing module. This improves image quality through blur-reduction and various anti-shake compensation functions.
A new 2.6-inch wide LCD display.
Battery life that allows up to 370 shots to be taken when fully charged.
The control panel displays shooting information on the right side of the monitor in addition to the subject matter.
eBay Best Shot mode

The Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z1050 will have a suggested retail price of $299.99 and will be available in four colors – pink, blue, black and silver. Also available is the EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z75, a …

Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z75 7.2 Megapixel Digital Camera

Posted in Casio,Digital Cameras by Paul Patterson on January 30th, 2007

Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z75 7.2 Megapixel Digital CameraCasio announced the addition of the EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z75 to its series of EXILIM digital cameras. The 7.2 megapixel EX-Z75 features a newly-developed 2.6-inch wide LCD display for improved image viewing.

The EX-Z75 retains all the advanced features of last year’s EX-Z70, including Anti-Shake DSP for reducing photo blur due to shaky hands or moving subjects. The main improvement is the 2.6-inch LCD display with 14:9 aspect ratio which makes it easier to capture wide aspect ratio images and operate the camera’s settings.

The EX-Z75 can display camera settings and information on the right side of the screen, separate from the subject matter while shooting. This allows the user to quickly view and change settings when shooting.

The EXILIM line of cameras have an exclusive feature called eBay Best Shot mode. eBay Best Shot takes photos at a size that …

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