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We're back, just as promised! This week, Joshua Topolsky, Paul Miller, and Nilay Patel discuss the finer points of new ASUS laptops, Casio digicams, and a score of other compelling, enthralling, and generally fascinating items that will tickle your braincells and delight your many respectable sense

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October 24, 2008 at 12:00PM
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Japan's Impress Watch had the good fortune to attend this year's Robo-one tournament with a Casio EX-F1 in hand. The result is vise-to-vise combat captured at 300 frames per second. See a perfectly executed German suplex performed after the break. Makes us almost feel sorry for the little guy... al

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Casio's EX-F1 has been out for a few days in Japan and to our delight, super happy tech site Impress had the chance to review the new ultra-quick, 6 megapixel shooter. How quick? Try 60fps burst or up to 1,200fps video. We're not going to try and make sense of all the machine translated text. Inste

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Ever wished you could reproduce those super-slow-motion shots taken by the pros. Now you can, with a catch. Casio's new EX-F1 can record full motion video at 1200fps. That's enough frames to catch water droplets fall in unbelievably detailed flight. Unfortunately, the EX-F1 scales things back to a t

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So after a bit of technical difficulty, we're finally posting a play-by-play of the Casio press conference which wrapped up a few minutes ago. However, rather than just posting the non-live minutiae, we'll give you a hearty gallery for a taste of the flavor. After all, we already know how it all tu

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Ok, we'll cop-to. We've got a hankerin' for Casio's new EX-F1. The same unit we went hands-on with back in October is back only now in a production body rockin' that same 60fps frame rate. Hell, don't listen to us swoon though, check the video hands-on after the break and let Casio walk you through

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