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Published: 28 December 2000

The Casio WQV-2 is a wrist watch with a small built-in camera (1/14-inch monochrome CMOS sensor) and a 20mm x 20mm monochrome display (14,400 pixels with 16 grayscales).

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A Product Teardown report is a detailed product disassembly analysis that examines the latest personal electronics and provides unique construction, benchmarking, and cost data in a highly-digestible and graphics-rich format. The products are torn down using propietary methods developed at TechInsights to provide a disassembly report with a multi-disciplinary "system view."

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