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Casio PRW-5000Y-10R Review

This year Casio took the PRW-5000 we reviewed last year and gave it a makeover: PVD case, blue highlights and an almost stealth look. Let's start with the specs for the new version, model number PRW-5000Y-10R: Altimeter/barometer, compass and thermometer Tough solar power, 5 month power reserve Tough movement with automatic hand position correction Water resistant to 100m (330ft) Six-band atomic (radio) receiver, rated for +- 15 seconds per month if no signal Altimeter: -2,300ft to..

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Casio Shows Off Bluetooth Low Energy Watch At CES


This year at CES, Casio brought along a promising prototype watch.  Featuring Casio's BLE (bluetooth low energy) technology this watch will be able to have bluetooth functionality without the dismal battery life we have seen in models from Sony Ericsson and LG. The watch is powered on a single watch-style coin battery and would connect to a smartphone allowing a host of features and 2-way communication. Expect call and email alerts, phone locating ability, global time sync, and expanded f..

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Review of the Casio Pathfinder PAG-240


Casio recently updated their mid-range Pathfinder lineup -- the "Solar Triple Sensor" line -- by adding the PAG-240 which sports a series of refinements. The Pathfinder line is famous for melding large LCD screens with navigational and atmospheric data, all in a wrist-top package. The Casio PAG-240 uses a new duplex screen, and a new manner of navigating its many features. Plastic resin case 51 x 15.5mm, 65g Casio 3246 movement (+/- 15 seconds) Solar powered Compass Altimeter Ba..

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Review of the Casio G-Shock GXW-56-1BJF


The new Casio G-Shock GXW-56 — and its American counterpart, the GX-56 — are proof that huge is the new big. With a case 55.5mm wide at its widest point, and 17.5mm high, the GXW-56 is the biggest G-Shock ever made. (Yes, they are even larger than the venerable Frogman.) (Before going any further, I want to point out the differences between the GXW and the GX. The GXW is the Japanese version and has multi-band atomic timekeeping. The GX is the American version which is less expensive, and..

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Coverage of the Casio Shock the World 2010 Press Event


I just got back from Casio's 2010 Shock the World press event in New York, and I have plenty to show. We all had a blast checking out some new G-Shock models, meeting folks from Casio (and Casio's PR team), rubbing elbows with celebrities, and hanging out at what turned out to be a pretty wild concert. Here are the highlights: A quick walkthrough of the floor before the press conference. (more…)..

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