Casio Computer Company, Limited is a multinational electronics manufacturing company based in Japan. Established in 1946 by an engineer Tadao Kashio, in 1957 they released the world’s first all-electric calculator. The company is known for manufacturing cameras, calculators, musical instruments, and watches. Aside from the first all-electric watch they’re also known for releasing the world’s first electronic wristwatch, digital diary, first wrist watch with GPS sensor, and the first wristwatch with digital camera. Staying true to their company creed “creativity and contribution”, the company offers the world products that are both original and useful.
Known for their developments in computer and electronics, Casio also released various series for their vast selection of products, from their watches, to their cameras, and their musical instruments. For their line of camera they released QV-Series, WQV-Series, and the EX-Series (Exilim). The musical instruments that they released included keyboards, synthesizers, and an electronic guitar. The notable series for their wristwatches that they released are G-Shock (Anti-Shock), Casio Sport, Edifice, Baby-G, and Classic.