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One of the largest and most successful innovating companies in the world, Casio continues to make a name for themselves with quality products that stand the test of time, including their Casio Keyboard. The company was founded in 1946 and the first fully functioning calculator was introduced in 1954. The first compact calculator in 1957. Back in 1971 they invented the world's first ink jet printer and the following year followed that up with the very fist personal calculator. In 1974 their first wrist watch and then in 1980 their first electronic musical instrument. From personal electronics, to cell phones to pioneering watches with GPS and MP3 capability The Casio Keyboard company has been at the forefront of innovation for it's entire history. More
Initially their musical instruments were the portable Casio keyboard, meant to sell in department stores. Soon they entered the professional keyboard arena in 1984 with the CZ101 which immediately became a giant success among professional musicians. By the early 90's they introduced the higher level Celviano digital pianos with innovative technology that is only now being added to modern digital pianos. They later followed that with the affordable high quality Previa line of home and stage pianos. Today Casio makes a full range of pianos from entry level Keyboards to high end Hybrid pianos, all offering extreme value and/or lower pricing than the competition.
The Casio keyboard and entry level pianos are some of the best values in the market they offer unparalleled quality and sound at their respective price points. Compared to Yamaha, their biggest competitor in the affordable keyboard market, each Casio model at comparable price points outpaces Yamaha with added cool features and piano samples gathered from Steinway and Bechstein.
The Hybrid grand pianos created in collaboration with C. Bechstein of Berlin have one of the finest piano actions ever incorporated into a digital instrument as well as sound samples of Steinway & Sons, C. Bechestein and Bosendorfer. Like all Casio products this product offers much more for the money when compared to a Yamaha AvantGrand which it directly competes against.