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Casiotone – the little keyboard with a big sound

If you’re in the market for your first musical instrument, Casio brings you its brand new mini keyboard – easy to play and perfect for little hands. Casiotone – Casio’s latest addition to its range of mini keyboards brings you the SA Mini keyboard SA-80/81 boasting the classic Casio rich tone at perfect pitch. Who said the best things don’t come in small packages?


Don’t’ worry what musical level you’re at. The Casiotone is designed to help you expand your musical horizons giving you accuracy in pitch, excellent for choral and A Cappella practice. You can also raise or lower the pitch of notes in octaves to cover a wide range of registers and use Transpose to change the pitch of a song. Casio got creative and let you choose from 16 types of scale tuning, including Pure Major and Pure Minor tunings ideal for vocal harmony practice. So now you can experiment with different types of scales and harmonies, expanding your musical knowledge and skills.


This mini keyboard is available in white and lime green for the 32-key model and white and lemon yellow for the 44-key model, apart from black and white. These eye-catching colors add a fun and playful touch to your musical practice. The mini keys are perfect for beginners, and the keyboard is compact, making it easy to take anywhere.


Here’s what you get with Casiotone:

  • 10 Built-in Songs
  • Tempo Adjustment
  • Add reverberation effects to the sounds
  • Best for practicing playing at a constant tempo
  • Sustain continuous sound even after key release


Casiotone – make music anytime, anywhere! Don’t miss our special introductory price of RM559, valid until 30th June, 2023. Visit
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CasioMaths 2022 – Introducing the Winners!

Step aside Einstein, here’s the list of Malaysian Maths whizz! We are excited to announce the winners of the CasioMaths Competition 2022 held on 1 October last year.

Organised by Marco Corporation, this event was endorsed by the Department of Education, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur (JPWP Putrajaya) and held in two phases. In the first phase, participants had the privilege of attending a hands-on online workshop, Casio Classwiz Workshop, while the second phase entailed an on-ground event, the CASIO Mathematics Competition (CASIOMATHS), held at SMK Putrajaya Presint 11.

The online workshop was conducted on 14 September 2022 for the Lower Form session, while the Upper Form session was held on 23 September 2022. The workshop was conducted on the Google Meet platform and streamed live on the JPWP Putrajaya YouTube channel. It was well-received, with over tuning in from Putrajaya and adjacent areas in Klang Valley to learn about the various features and functionalities of the Casio calculator.

The second phase of the competition, CASIOMATHS, was held on 1 October 2022 and open to all students from the Putrajaya District. It attracted the participation of 498 students from five different forms. The participants were divided into various categories based on their forms, and needless to say, the competition was fierce!

We are pleased to announce the winners of the CASIOMATHS competition:

Form 1 category

1st Prize: Tuan Muhammad Affan bin Tuan Mohd Zaidi Noor from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah

2nd Prize: Akid Akimi bin Anuar from SMK Putrajaya Presint 11(1)

3rd Prize: Umar Darwisy bin Nahar from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah.


Form 2 category:

1st Prize: Dziya Faaridz bin Rashdan from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah

2nd Prize: Asyraff bin Mohamad Alyasa from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah

3rd Prize: Khayraa binti Mohd Razif Azmal from SMK Putrajaya Presint 11(1).


Form 3 category:

1st Prize: Khalif Rayn bin Khaidhir from Sekolah sultan Alam Shah

2nd Prize: Nurafifah Najwa binti Muhamad Solahuddin from SMK Putrajaya Presint 11(1)

3rd Prize: Eirsyad Dy Batrisyia bin Khusnie from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah


Form 4 category:

1st Prize: Arief Badry bin Ahmad Budiman from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah

2nd Prize: Muhammad Nuqman bin Zulkifli from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah

3rd Prize: Rif’at Shukry bin Reza Shahres from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah


Form 5 category:

1st Prize: Muhammad Asyraf bin Shahnul Niza from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah

2nd Prize: Muhammad Fahim Zafran bin Zalman from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah

3rd Prize: Rasyid Irfan bin Paisal from Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah


The Prize Giving Ceremony was held on 3 February 2023 at Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah Putrajaya.

The competition was a huge success, and we would like to thank all the participants, teachers, and organisers who made this event possible. We hope that this competition has inspired students to continue exploring the wonderful world of mathematics and to use the Casio calculator to its full potential. Congratulations to all the winners, and we look forward to seeing you at future competitions!

The latest addition to the G-SQUAD GBD-H2000

6 sensors + GPS functionality:
G-SQUAD supports multiple activities


Announcing the innovative GBD-H2000, the latest addition to the G-SQUAD series of watches with the strength and functionality to enhance workouts. Incorporating an updated design and technology, the GBD-H2000 is now equipped with GPS functionality and six sensors that each track different elements, to support the user across a wide range of activities from running to biking to swimming. In addition, the watch boasts a new algorithm to analyse training sessions and an improved usability of the dedicated app. This watch helps with everything from making exercise a habit to improving training performance, bringing more fun to the sporty life.


Exterior and Design

Functionality and App


6 Sensor + GPS functionality track physical activity in real time


Dual-layer frame design delivers comfortable fir and easy operations


Biomass plastics embody harmony with nature

The new watch has an optical sensor to measure heart rate, as well as a compass, altitude/air pressure sensor, thermo sensor that measures temperature, and accelerometer and gyroscope to detect body movement. In addition, it has built-in GPS functionality to measure position, distance, and speed of movement, all of which track a variety of movements in real time during physical activity.


Optical heart rate sensor Uses LED light to measure changes in blood flow and track heart rate
Accelerometer Analyses movement to measure activity such as number of steps taken
Gyroscope Tracks swimming strokes and turns in the pool
Magnetic sensor, pressure sensor and thermo sensor Tracks compass bearing, altitude/air pressure, and temperature. Accurately detects changes outdoors and in other environments.

The built-in GPS antenna, resin case back, and thinner rechargeable battery make this watch smaller and lighter than ever. The inspiration for the shape and colour of watch components is taken from the dual-layer frame that is popular in sports gear design. Textured side buttons, a band with a wide range of motion, and other improved exterior design features deliver an even more comfortable fit and enhanced operability.


The bezel and band are made with the eco-friendly material known as biomass plastics. Using renewable organic resources such as corn helps reduce the ecological footprint. Supporting healthy lifestyles means protecting the natural environment in which we live, as well.


*Image shows the GBD-H2000-1A9.

Activity modes to support multiple sports

The watch supports eight different activities, including running, biking, and swimming. Select an activity with the touch of a button to track and display a variety of measurements in real time.

Training and sleep analysis to check your results and improve effectiveness

The watch displays current performance and physical condition, based on analysis of various data measured by the watch, in an easy-to-understand format. Analysis utilises the POLAR® library, a database that is known for heart rate-focused training analysis. Train efficiently and effectively with scientifically supported, highly reliable analytical results.

Watch mode for managing daily health

The watch mode helps manage health by measuring heart rate and keeping track of daily steps and physical activity. Also measures blood oxygen levels.

*Image shows the GBD-H2000-1A9.

App integration function to easily set goals and manage progress

Use the app to easily manage data tracked by the watch. Take advantage of the easy-to-understand display of daily activity logs, training status, and other information to stay motivated and exercising in the way that is best for you. Helps improve exercise performance and a health-conscious lifestyle.

Solar-assisted charging


Use USB charging for training functions such as GPS tracking and heart rate monitor, as well as smart functions such as notifications and step tracker. Time display is powered solely by solar charging, even when battery runs low.*

*When charged about eight hours every day under indoor fluorescent lighting (500 lux), and charged at window side on a sunny day for two hours in a week (10,000 lux).
*Image shows the GBD-H2000-1A9.

Super Illuminator


for readability in the dark

(high-brightness full-auto LED backlight)

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Happy International Women’s Day

Published on 8 March 2023


G-SHOCK commemorates and celebrates International Women’s Day with Malaysia’s very owned wonder women. Let us join this celebration together with SHALMA AINAA, DR. KAYLA TEH and NALISA ALIA AMIN as they defined Embracing Equity in their own ways.


Entrepreneur, Fashion Beauty & Lifestyle Content Creator

“Equity means to me, is having the right balance” – Shalma Ainaa



Profession Dentist & Influencer

“We all should support & love each other, regardless of our gender” – Dr. Kaylla



Plus-size Model & Body Acceptance Advocate

“Equality is the goal and Equity is the means to get there” – Nalisa Alia Amin


From 8 March, get a limited edition International Women’s Day paper gift bag with purchase at G-SHOCK, G-Factory and selected dealers.

*This promotion only applicable for in-store purchase, not applicable for Online purchase. *While stock last.

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