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Casio Databank

A Casio Databank calculator watch.

The Databank watches are a series of watches manufactured by Casio which allow data storage such as telephone numbers, email addresses, and usually incorporate a calculator. Today there are at least two Databank watches that also include a TV/VC remote control feature. The newest model is the EDB610D-8C with a calculator, world time capability, telememo, E-data memo, alarm, and a timer.

History

A Casio Databank calculator watch.

The Databank CD-40 was the first Databank watch, and debuted in 1984. It was one of the first digital watches created in the 1980s that allowed the user to store information, following a Pulsar model released in 1982.

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References

External links

  • Casio Data Bank Catalogue
  • Museum of Casio Data Bank Watches
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