Casio Electronics Co Ltd

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What we do

Casio is a market-leading global electronics manufacturer. It launched its ground-breaking LED-laser hybrid light source projectors in early 2010 and has since established itself as a key supplier of projectors to the UK education market.

The unique lamp-free light source in Casio projectors delivers up to 20,000 hours of superb performance for bright, engaging lessons. Light output remains consistently bright for the lifetime of the projector, and with no lamp to replace your education establishment will save considerable sums in comparison to conventional projectors.

Use this clever savings calculator and see how much Casio projectors could save your school:

About us

Casio provides products with unique value that no one can rival, seeking to offer support for every situation where people need to think creatively. Casio is a market-leading global electronics manufacturer. It launched its ground-breaking LED-laser hybrid light source projectors in early 2010 and has since established itself as a key supplier of projectors to the UK education market. The unique lamp-free light source in Casio projectors delivers up to 20,000 hours of superb performance for bright, engaging lessons. Light output remains consistently bright for the lifetime of the projector, and with no lamp to replace your education establishment will save considerable sums in comparison to conventional projectors. Use this clever savings calculator and see how much Casio projectors could save your school

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