Casio - 60fps continuous shooting-enabled EX-100F digital camera

Casio is going to release a new EX-100F digital camera from the EXILIM series on August 21.

Based on the previous EX-100 camera (released in March 2014), Casio added 60fps high-speed continuous shooting performance to the new EX-100F and made it a flagship model. The price will be around ¥83,000.


Join the development of Evangelion smartphone

As a project to celebrate Evangelion's 20th anniversary, a group to develop a SIM-unlocked Evangelion smartphone called エヴァンゲリオンスマートフォン開発委員会 (Evangelion Smartphone Kaihatsu Iinkai) was set up.

Canon - Pocket-sized tiny projector

Canon announced the released of a pocket-sized mobile projector, the Mini Projector C-5. It will be out for sale in early August for about ¥29,800 (~$242).

Mini Projector C-5 is small and light (124×71×20mm, 169g) so it can be brought anywhere you go.

Toyota - Sienta Hybrid Minivan Model

Toyota announced the addition of a hybrid model to their Sienta minivan series, and now it's available for purchase.

The hybrid Sienta achieves 27.2 km per liter of fuel efficiency. That's about 63.97 miles per gallon. Which is pretty awesome.

Pricing will begin at ¥1,689,709. That's about $13,760. Which ain't too bad.

Toyota will offer 8 exterior color options (white, silver, black, brown, yellow, green, red and blue).

Mouse Computer - Low-priced 11.6-inch Notebook PC

The 11.6-inch notebook PC "LuvBook C230" by Mouse Computer is now on sale.

Three new models are now available.

The cheapest model costs only ¥38,800 (About USD $320). All 3 of have an Intel Celeron N2940 CPU and run Windows 8.1 Update 64bit. Mouse Computer makes a pretty decent ride, so we're curious to know how well these'll fly. 

Grilled Salmon-flavored Candy

A Japanese candy company, UHA Mikakuto, has released Shiojyake (Salt-grilled salmon) flavored gummy candy. The product name is Puccho Shiojyake-aji.

It's a collaboration product between their Puccho candy and Kirimi-chan, a salmon fillet-shaped Sanrio character. Indeed, welcome to Japan.

King Jim - Pitrec - Digital Biz Card Holder

King Jim announced the released of a new model of its digital business card holder device called Pitrec.

With Pitrec, you are able to take a photo of business cards using the built-in camera that scans the info and automatically converts it to database-manageable fields. With this one little device, you can digitally manage about 5,000 to 6,000 business cards.