Casio Wireless And Waterproof Portable TV - XFER XF-1000

Posted: May 24 2004, 2:35pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:34pm CDT, in Hot Gadgets


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Casio Wireless and Waterproof Portable TV - XFER XF-1000

Casio introduces a new Wireless and waterproof portable TV.

The Casio XFER XF-1000 can operate for 3hours on a battery charge. This new Casio TV features a 10" screen with 640x480dots. The tuner unit can receive terrestrial TV and also has connectors for receivers or dvd players. The video signal is transmitted over the 2.4Ghz band with DS-SS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum/ direct spread). The reach is about 30m.

Because the Casio XFER XF-1000 and the Remote are water-proof, users can take it with them to the bath tube or on a float in the pool.

The new portable Casio TV goes on sale in Japan June 13th for 170,000yen. More details in Casio Press-Release (japanese).

Sony has the Location Free Wireless TV and also Sharp offers cordless TVs.

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