Casio Projectors Feature Superior Technology and Easily Fit Inside Laptop Carrier

 June 19, 2007

Rachel Max/ Jennifer Lilly
Coyne PR

Melissa Keklak
Casio, Inc.
(973) 361-5400 ext. 4403

Casio Projectors Feature Superior Technology and Easily Fit InsideLaptop Carrier 

DOVER, NJ, JUNE 19, 2007 – Business travelers have enough stress without worrying about luggage and carry-ons. To make life easier for the Road Warrior, Casio, Inc.  is proud to offer the Super Slim series of data projectors. Super Slim is designed for portable applications requiring slim design, lightweight and presentation flexibility.  The lightweight Super Slim Projector line brings convenience and comfort to the road by measuring approximately 1.57 inches thick so it easily fits into most carry bags including your notebook PC.  Additional functionality of a 2X powered zoom lens and USB port make life simpler  allowing you to be well-prepared for upcoming meetings, conferences or presentations. 

Road Warriors are professionals who frequently take to the air or road .  This group continues to grow as businesses utilize the ever-changing advances in mobile technology.  Road Warriors are constantly on the look-out for new products that will reduce the hassle of travel, and maximize business performance. It is this need that served as the inspiration for designing a high performance, ultra-portable presentation device, now known as the Casio Super Slim line of projectors

Shortly after Casio's first projectors hit the market in December 2003, the company assembled a team to assess the professional projector market across the world.  The team quickly discovered that the market feedback centered on the overall size of a projector and required a projector the size of a notebook computer.  Casio's R&D team rose to the challenge and leveraged its core technologies to invent this advanced, unique form factor product that will set a new standard for the industry. 

Casio's first Super Slim models, the XJ-S30 and XJ-S35 paved the way for compact portable projectors.  The Super Slim blends high-quality form and function with a stylish design. All this without sacrifice to performance – a must-have for Road Warriors who need to have everything in tow but do not want to carry many heavy bags to do so. 

"Casio has created a powerful presentation tool that easily fits into a  ‘Road Warriors' carry-on alongside their notebook computer," said Frank Romeo, Vice President of Business and Systems Products."  "Casio addressed the needs of the business traveler without sacrifice to performance. Professional travelers are demanding and they rely on business tools to effectively communicate ideas." 

Casio continues to challenge existing technologies through its innovations in the projector division. Most recently, Casio launched the XJ-S41 and XJ-S46, which boast an increase in brightness at 2500 ANSI lumens. 

Casio is confident that it's line of Super Slim data projectors will be one of the most sought after presentation tools by business travelers.

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Casio, Inc., Dover, N.J., is the U.S. subsidiary of Casio Computer Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, one of the world's leading manufacturers of consumer electronics and business equipments solutions, established in 1957.  Casio Inc. markets calculators, keyboards, digital cameras, mobile presentation devices, disc title and label printers, watches, cash registers and other consumer electronic products.   Casio has strived to realize its corporate creed of "creativity and contribution" through the introduction of innovative and imaginative products.  For more information, visit

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