totally great article and so many points resonate with our g-shock discussions here! loved it, thanks. :thanks
"Still, Nakayama acknowledges the downside to Casio's approach. "We sure do fail a lot," he says, almost with an air of pride. Often that means bringing products to market before their time [...] in typical Casio fashion, Nakayama performed no consumer research before deciding to focus his marketing message on the then-geeky concept that you could transfer photos to your PC. Consumers found picture quality lacking, and Casio fell behind in the megapixel race that ensued. Chalk up another failure."
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