Alps Electric Co., Ltd. (アルプス電気, Arupusu Denki) produces electronic devices, including touchpads. Alps is a multinational corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The company was established in 1948. As of 2004, the CEO is Masataka Kataoka. Alps is also well-known for the Alpine brand of car audio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alps Electric Corporation"
Brother Industries, Ltd. (ブラザー工業) is a diversified Japanese company that produces a wide variety of products including sewing machines, large machine tools, label makers, and fax machines, printers and other computer-related electronics sold both under their own name and OEMed to other companies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brother Industries, Ltd."
Canon Inc. , (in Japanese: キヤノン株式会社) is a Japanese company that is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan that specializes in imaging and optical products, including cameras, photocopiers and computer printers. The official Japanese name of the company is キヤノン (kiyanon) not キャノン (kyanon): as noted on the company home page . ...more on Wikipedia about "Canon Inc."
Casio Computer Co., Ltd. ( Japanese:カシオ計算機株式会社 Kashio Keisanki Kabushikigaisha) is an electronic devices manufacturing company founded in 1946, with its headquarters in the Japanese capital, Tokyo. Casio is best known for their calculators, audio equipment, PDAs, cameras and watches. In 1957 Casio released the world's first entirely electronic compact calculator. ...more on Wikipedia about "Casio"
Eizo Nanao Corporation (株式会社ナナオ) is a global corporation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eizo"
:For the district in Saga, Japan, see Fujitsu, Saga. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fujitsu"
Funai Electric Co., Ltd. (船井電機, Funai Denki), was established in 1961 in Osaka, Japan. Funai in Japan is engaged in the development, manufacture, marketing, and distribution of information and communication equipment such as Internet access terminals, computer peripherals, audio-visual devices, televisions, VCRs, DVD players, and home electrical appliances. ...more on Wikipedia about "Funai"
Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. (浜松ホトニクス株式会社 Hamamatsu Hotonikusu Kabushiki Gaisha) is a Japanese manufacturer of optical sensors, electric light sources, and other optical devices and their applied instruments. The company was founded in 1953. It has several oversea affilited companies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hamamatsu Photonics K.K."
Hitachi Ltd. (日立製作所, Hitachi Seisakusho) , is a Japanese global company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hitachi, Ltd."
ICOM is an international manufacturer of radio transmitting and receiving equipment, founded in 1954 by Tokuzo Inoue. Its products include equipment for radio amateurs, pilots, maritime applications, and radio scanner enthusiasts. Its headquarters are in Osaka, Japan, with branch offices in the United States (in Bellevue, Washington), Canada (in Delta, British Columbia), Australia ( Melbourne, Victoria), New Zealand ( Auckland), the United Kingdom ( Kent, England), France ( Toulouse), Spain ( Barcelona) and the People's Republic of China ( Beijing). ...more on Wikipedia about "Icom"
Iiyama Corporation is a manufacturer of high end computer monitors and televisions, named after the city Iiyama in Nagano, Japan. The company was founded in 1973. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iiyama Corporation"
JVC, or Japan Victor Company (日本ビクター株式会社) is a Japanese consumer electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan which was founded in 1927. The company is well known for debuting Japan's first televisions, and inventing the VHS system. ...more on Wikipedia about "JVC"
Kenwood Corporation (株式会社ケンウッド) is a Japanese manufacturer of amateur radio as well as Hi-Fi and portable audio equipment. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kenwood Electronics"
Konica was a Japanese manufacturer of (among others) cameras, camera accessories, photographic and photo-processing equipment, photocopiers, fax machines and laser printers. The company traced its history back to 1873 when pharmacist Rokusaburo Sugiura began selling photographic materials at his store. On August 5, 2003, Konica merged with Minolta to form Konica Minolta. ...more on Wikipedia about "Konica"
Konica Minolta (コニカミノルタ) is a Japanese worldwide manufacturer of cameras, camera accessories, photo-copiers, fax machines and laser printers formed by a merger between Japanese imaging firms Konica and Minolta announced on January 7, 2003. There are many branches of the company worldwide including Ramsey, New Jersey, Mobile, Alabama, Basildon, England and Missisauga, Ontario. Konica Minolta now has a wide range of imaging input/output businesses including office equipment, optical devices, digital photos, medical imaging, graphic imaging and measuring instruments. ...more on Wikipedia about "Konica Minolta"
Kyocera Corporation (京セラ, Kyō-Sera, also known as Kyoto Ceramics) , is a Japanese company based in Kyoto, Japan. They were founded in 1959 by Kazuo Inamori. They produce ceramics- and printing-related devices, as well as a comprehensive line of imaging products. Until recently, they also manufactured a complete line of 35mm and medium format cameras under the Contax trade name. In January 2000 Kyocera acquired photocopier manufacturer Mita Industrial, and a month later they bought the mobile phone manufacturing operations of San Diego, California-based Qualcomm. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kyocera"
Mamiya-OP Co., Ltd. (マミヤ・オーピー株式会社) is a Japanese company that manufactures cameras, golf equipment, and specialty electronics and optical sensing equipment. With headquarters in the city of Saitama, Saitama Prefecture, it has a capitalization of about 3 000 000 000 yen, sales of 12 500 000 000 and a workforce of over 200 people ** . ...more on Wikipedia about "Mamiya"
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. ( Japanese: 松下電器産業株式会社, Matsushita Denki Sangyō Kabushiki Gaisha) (MEI) ( , ) is an electronics manufacturer based in Kadoma, Osaka prefecture, Japan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd."
Maxell is a Japanese company, which manufactures consumer electronics. The company's most notable products are batteries -- the company's name is a contraction of "maximum capacity dry cell" -- and recording media, including audio cassettes and video tapes, and recordable optical discs like CD-R/RW and DVD±RW. The company also sells electronics accessories, like CD and DVD laser cleaners. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maxell"
Minebea Co., Ltd. (ミネベア株式会社 Minebea kabushiki-gaisya) is a Japanese electronic equipment manufacturer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Minebea Co., Ltd."
Minolta was a Japanese worldwide manufacturer of cameras, camera accessories, photo-copiers, fax machines and laser printers. Minolta was founded in Osaka, Japan in 1928 as Nichi-Doku Shashinki Shōten (日独写真機商店; meaning Japan-Germany camera shop). It is perhaps best known for making the first integrated autofocus 35 mm SLR camera system. It was not until 1934 that the brand name appeared on a camera, with the Minolta Vest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Minolta"
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (三菱電機, Mitsubishi Denki), is a Japanese company based in the Mitsubishi Denki Building in Tokyo, manufactures electric and architectural equipment. The Corporation was established on 15 January 1921. One of its products is the SCOPO. The Corporation claims (as cited in "References") to have achieved the world's first transmission at 10 Gbit/s between relay equipment boards set at a distance of 500 mm apart. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mitsubishi Electric Corporation"
Mitsumi Electric Co.,Ltd. (ミツミ電機株式会社 Mitsumi Denki Kabushiki Gaisha) is a manufacturer of human-interfacing devices. One of the company's most noticeable product lines is of the video game console controller, examples are Sony's PlayStation series and Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Also, many remote controls from different home electronics from various manufacturers are from Mitsumi. Keyboards and mice are a large part of Mitsumi's product line. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mitsumi"
Murata Machinery, Ltd. (村田機械, MML) is a privately held Japanese multinational corporation founded in 1935 with its Head Office at Fushimi-ku, Kyoto. ...more on Wikipedia about "Murata Machinery"
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (村田製作所, Murata Seisakusyo) is a Japanese electronic part specialized producer in Nagaokakyo, Kyoto. ...more on Wikipedia about "Murata Manufacturing"
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