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Product info

The Casio WQV-3 Colour Wrist Camera updates one of our best-sellers of 2000 with the most requested feature - COLOUR.

The WQV-3 is one of the latest additions to the Casio Wrist Technology line-up, which include wrist-type wearable digital cameras, mp3 players, global positioning watches and wrist remote watches.

It looks very much like a high-end digital watch and is more stylish and less obvious than other wrist data devices. The new 25,344-pixel colour CMOS sensor makes it possible to capture up to 80 full-colour digital images that you can download to your Windows PC in true Bond style using an infra-red receiver. Once transferred, you can display your pictures in full color, edit/store them and e-mail them on to friends or family on the web.

The built-in 20mm x 20mm grayscale monochrome LCD panel acts as both the viewfinder and an on-the-spot playback monitor. Obviously, the output quality isn't as good as a high-end digital camera - but for it's size, the images are very impressive. Never fails to draw a crowd when you're out on the town.

The bundle also includes:

- Infra Red Receiving Unit (or you can use a built-in "IrDA port" if your PC has one)
- WQV Link v2.0 Software (for image transfer)
- ULead Photo Explorer 7.0 Lite (Image editing software)

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Product info

The Casio WQV-3 Colour Wrist Camera updates one of our best-sellers of 2000 with the most requested feature - COLOUR.

The WQV-3 is one of the latest additions to the Casio Wrist Technology line-up, which include wrist-type wearable digital cameras, mp3 players, global positioning watches and wrist remote watches.

It looks very much like a high-end digital watch and is more stylish and less obvious than other wrist data devices. The new 25,344-pixel colour CMOS sensor makes it possible to capture up to 80 full-colour digital images that you can download to your Windows PC in true Bond style using an infra-red receiver. Once transferred, you can display your pictures in full color, edit/store them and e-mail them on to friends or family on the web.

The built-in 20mm x 20mm grayscale monochrome LCD panel acts as both the viewfinder and an on-the-spot playback monitor. Obviously, the output quality isn't as good as a high-end digital camera - but for it's size, the images are very impressive. Never fails to draw a crowd when you're out on the town.

The bundle also includes:

- Infra Red Receiving Unit (or you can use a built-in "IrDA port" if your PC has one)
- WQV Link v2.0 Software (for image transfer)
- ULead Photo Explorer 7.0 Lite (Image editing software)