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3 Atomic Solar Ana-Digi Watches Introduced at JCK
 June 4, 2005

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Contact: Roxanne Jurtschenko
Casio, Inc.
(973) 361-5400
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For Immediate Release


THREE NEW, EXCITING ATOMIC SOLAR ANA-DIGI WATCHES
INTRODUCED BY CASIO AT JCK SHOW
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Casio's analog/digital combination timepieces have mass appeal

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LAS VEGAS, Nev., June 4, 2004-Casio, Inc., Dover, N.J., a leading manufacturer of consumer electronics, introduced three new exciting Atomic Solar Ana-Digi watches at the JCK Show that opened here today.

Models WVA510DA-2AV & WVA510SGA-9AV, $230 suggested retail, are some of the most stylish ana/digi styles available with the Atomic Solar technology and classic blue dials. The styles vary in detail slightly; WVA510SGA-9AV features a silver plated gold bezel while the WVA510DA-2AV has numbers indicating the hours. Both styles have 3 inlaid dials that indicate am/pm, seconds and 1/20-second chronograph.

WVA510A-1AV incorporates the Atomic Solar technology and chronograph and resin strap. It's suggested retail is $200 and will be available in August 2004.

Casio's Atomic Solar watches use a time calibration device that receives data such as time, date, and other information from the Atomic Transmitter in Fort Collins, Colorado. Three times a day, data is transmitted each second for a minute to keep the time and date accurate and reliable and powered by a solar panel, which converts light into energy.

According to David Johnson, vice president of Casio's Timepiece Division, Casio's new tough solar analog/digital combination timepieces have mass appeal and include the following features and functions:

Atomic timekeeping
Tough Solar Power
1/20-second chronograph
100 meter water resistant
Auto LED light
Dual time
5 alarms
1/100 of a second stopwatch
50 lap memory

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