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Casio Supports Earth Awareness Month

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Being mindful of our impact on the environment is a top priority in April, as we celebrate Earth Awareness Month. There is no better time to consider how our lifestyle and every day choices impact the planet that we live on. Casio America, Inc. continues to do its part by offering innovative products that are also eco-conscious, such as its lineup of LampFree®projectors. The affordably priced projectors are powered by Casio’s hybrid light source technology which offers eco-friendly data projection at home, in the classroom or on-the-go.

“At Casio, it is important to us to deliver technology that is safe and environmentally conscious  to use in classrooms, board rooms, and beyond,” said Joe Gillio, Senior Director Strategic Planning and Marketing of Casio’s Business Projector Division. “Hundreds of thousands of mercury lamps are discarded in landfills every year, but Casio’s LampFree projectors help to lessen the hazardous waste made, making it an eco-friendly projection choice.”


The company’s portfolio of LampFree projectors combines a laser, a fluorescent element and LED light to deliver a hybrid light source that lasts up to 20,000 hours while sustaining a high brightness. Because Casio’s projectors are mercury-free, it removes the need to replace hazardous and expensive bulbs. This not only keeps hardware costs down, but it reduces the overall costs to maintain the equipment.


Casio logo (PRNewsfoto/Casio America, Inc.)
Casio logo (PRNewsfoto/Casio America, Inc.)

Casio has five series of LampFree projectors that are available for home, business, education and commercial applications – Core, Advanced, Slim, Ultra Short Throw, and 4K Ultra HD. For additional information on Casio’s projector series and LampFree technology, please visit

SOURCE Casio America, Inc.

Elizabeth Delphin
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