Check out the latest trendy offspring between the crossover of SkullCandy and Casio’s tough and rugged G-Shock design. The new combination brings earphones and a wrist watch together, allowing you to have a fantastic cool look for yourself. The watch is G-Shock’s DW6900, while the earphones are SkullCandy’s finest electric blue one.
Casio has recently revealed its first compact digital camera. You must be thinking what’s so special in it. It’s just another digital camera. Well, the special feature is that it can track the way you are going to. It can guess that the big blue strip at the top is probably the sky. Yes, Casio Exilim EX-H10HG has ‘Hybrid GPS’ built-in support.
Casio’s latest EX-H10 is another one of those megazoom cameras with incredible functionalities such as the ability to take HD movies (720p HD at 24fps).
To begin retailing around mid-July, the $299.99 12-megapixel camera is fronted by a wide-angle 24mm lens with a 10x zoom with CCD-shift image stabilization in a body that’s 0.96 inch thick and weighs only 5.8 ounces.
Casio’s good old flagship watches have certainly come a long way, I can barely recognise that the below are Baby-Gs now.
The two new Baby-Gs below called Gemmy Dial and Reef will be available in Japan from April 30. The Gemmy Dial will be available in two designs with a full LCD panel or not and the Reef, a more sport oriented watch, will be available in three flashy colors (Pink, Blue, and Orange).
Anyone will have heard of Casio’s G-Shock wrist watches. They’ve been around for ages, they’re known for durability, I still have one hidden somewhere that got melted when I left it near a fireplace (it still works and runs under solar power!). In this video is the Casio G-Shock Riseman GW-9200 and well, a sledge hammer, believe me don’t try this yourself, the two don’t mix!