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Glance Into the Crystal Ball of CES: Our Top Picks for the Best Gadgets of 2011

Share Your fancy iPod case, your Palm Pre, even your fantastic GPS-enabled directional unit: it all originated here. This is the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where every tech company worth its salt comes to show off its wares, and where tech writers, for the most part, question the validity of their jobs. In the past, we at Switched have been pretty right on: we still think 3-D TV is a...

Casio's Transforming Tryx Restores Our Shattered Faith in the Point-And-Shoot

As DSLR fanatics, we've been quietly and happily singing the death of point-and-shoots for a while now, but CES and Casio have brought news of a pocket-sized camera that verily throws our entire photographic belief system into question. Behold the Tryx, a piece of Transformer ingenuity that boasts three different configurations -- although, really, the possibilities are kinda endless. The...

Casio's Prizm Commands Respect for Neglected Graphing Calculators

Confronted with an ongoing app revolution and a prosperous surge of versatile handheld devices, calculators may seem condemned to being bygone gadgets of yore. A defiant and inspired Casio, however, apparently believes its calculators -- equipped with new, cutting-edge capabilities -- remain highly relevant and necessary mathematical tools. Older fogies (especially the bumbling ones who --...

The Wackiest, Weirdest Gear at CES

Get a group of geeks together, and someone is going to come up with something genius. But for every clever creation, there are several bizarre projects that address a need too obscure to ever have been a concern, or too strange for any consumer to even consider. Mostly, these ideas and items are discarded. The ones that pass through the collective weird-filter, however, end up at CES. ...

Skater Stevie Williams on Watches, Gadgets, and Time-Killers

At last night's G-Shock "Shock the World" event, we caught up with pro skateboarder and soon-to-be watch-designer Stevie Williams to ask about his gadgets du jour. The event was packed with watch aficionados, Williams among them (as a G-Shock ambassador who is anticipating his own watch design). Last night also saw the debut of tattoo artist Mr. Cartoon's clown-emblazoned timepiece, of course, but...

Is the Casio EX-S12 Camera With 'Dynamic Photo' Worth the Hype?

Most point-and-shoot camera makers are marching in lock step -- all introducing features such as fancier face detection, higher light sensitivity, and larger LCD screens. Casio is playing along, but it's also adding more-powerful image processing -- allowing its cameras to capture photos in high-speed bursts, shoot slow-motion video, or track fast-moving subjects. What it is: Casio's EX-S12 (and...

"World's Fastest" Camera Coming From Casio This Spring

When Casio showed of its forthcoming EX-F1 camera during it's Sunday afternoon CES press conference it blew the entire room away. What started out as pretty dry and, to be honest, dull event soon was drawing oohs and ahhs from the assembled cynical press. After the conference Bill Hoyer of Casio was kind enough to have a chat with us about why the F1 was so special and gave us a...

Casio's Latest in Point-and-Shoot Digital Cameras

Casio announced an update to its line of top notch and fashionably slim Exilim point-and-shoot digicams at a press conference yesterday. The new EX-S10, EX-Z80, EX-Z100, EX-Z200 add some fancy new features and a bevy of new color choices. The EX-S10 is "the world's smallest and slimmest" 10-megapixel camera, and adds iTunes (read iPod/iPhone/iPod Touch) compatibility to Casio's existing YouTube...