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Scrapbookers Rejoice! Casio's Pomrie Prints Adorable Rubber Stamps

If you’ve ever been dragged into a craft store you’ll know that — for whatever reason — scrapbooking is a booming business. And Casio has decided it wants a piece of that glitter-covered pie with the introduction of a printer called the Pomrie that can actually churn out custom rubber stamps.


Casio's Sporty Bluetooth Watch Lets You Glimpse Your Fitness App Stats

Smartwatches might seem like a recent fad, but countless companies have been trying to improve your wearable electronics for well over a decade. Including Casio, who were one of the first to integrate a Bluetooth connection into its watches letting it mirror notifications from your smartphone. And the company’s latest model, the STB-1000, is even designed to double as a fitness tracker, piggybacking on your smartphone’s existing motion sensors.


Well, Hello, Creamsicle-Coloured Synthesiser

Usually, we don’t get too worked up about new colour options on gear, because it’s a gimmick. It’s usually a gimmick. It’s not every day someone shows me a synthesiser the colour of a delicious Creamsicle.


Casio's Convex System Lets You Stack Projectors And Unwarp Images

Aside from getting small enough to fit in your pocket and gaining enough resolution to melt your eyes, there hasn’t been a lot of innovation in the projector market as of late. So thank you Casio for finally bringing something neat to that table with the company’s new Convex control System.


You Won't Believe How Much Graphing Calculators Have Changed

Twenty-seven years after introducing the world’s first graphing calculator, Casio has developed its most sophisticated educational Game Boy ever. Indeed, the new Casio fx-CP400′s 320×528 resolution screen isn’t just colour — it’s a freaking touchscreen that flips from vertical to horizontal. That’s a far cry from the drab 94×64 display on the the Casio fx-7000G from 1985.


This Tempered Titanium G-Shock Celebrates 30 Years Of Tough Casios

The idea to create “the toughest watch in the world” came to Japanese creator Kikuo Ibe, when he dropped and broke a precious watch given to him by his father. The first G-Shocks were developed in the 80s, and 30 years on they’re tougher and smarter than ever. One item in particular, “the ultimate G-Shock”, has been developed to celebrate the anniversary, the MR-G.


Casio's Kickstand Point-And-Shoot Is The Ultimate Self-Shooter

Casio is not always the first name you think of when you’re shopping for a digital camera, but occasionally the company comes up with a neat feature that might have you reconsidering that Nikon or Canon. Such is the case with its new Exilim EX-ZR1000, which comes with a flip-around LCD display and a built-in stand that props it up in either portrait or landscape modes.


Casio's New Paper Writer Tablets Appeal To The Pen-And-Paper Crowd

With a touchscreen keyboard and interface, the iPad has made great strides in pushing printing and writing towards extinction. But Casio sees a different future with its new Paper Writer tablets — a future where handwritten notes and tablets live side by side in perfect harmony.


The Nerdiest Calculator Watch On Earth

If you’re going to have a calculator watch, why trifle? Why bother with something that only performs basic arithmetic? You’re trying to make a statement, right: that maths is important to you. You should be able to do basic operations in your head. If you’re going to wear a calculator on your arm, why not wear a badass one?


Casio's Camera App Lets You Share Messages Via Flashing Disco Lights

A while ago, Casio came up with a new approach to sharing data and messages on a mobile device. Instead of a wireless data connection, it uses the camera to read and decode a multicoloured flashing light, not unlike morse code.