EX-M2 Model Adds Audio & MP3

Posted: Dec 13 2002, 12:39pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:38pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

EX-M2 Model Adds Audio & MP3
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The ultra slim Casio
2.0 mega-pixel digital camera/MP3 player/digital voice recorder (MSRP:
$399) has 12MB of internal flash memory and accepts SD memory cards. The
wearable card camera is capable of recording 30 second AVI video clips
(320X240) with sound and 30 second .wav audio annotations for photos. 

The EX-M2 uses a new technology design that eliminates the
need for a converter, which cuts required space by 10 percent (as compared to
the TFT LCD technology applied to previous digital cameras) and greatly
reduces the number of required components.

The rechargeable lithium ion battery lasts for approximately
330 minutes on continuous play mode and 80 minutes on nonstop record mode.

Casio has developed an stylish, up scale web
for their new EXILIM line of products. Check out the EX-M2
FAQ list

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