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Tag: Water Resistant

Insanely Hydrophobic Metal Makes Water Drops Bounce Right Off

Insanely Hydrophobic Metal Makes Water Drops Bounce Right Off
We all want gadgets that are able to survive the occasional splash or spill without shorting out and turning into useless bricks. A group of researchers at the University of Rochester have created a new metal that they have┬ádubbed “superhydrophobic.”

Sony Pulls Xperia Tablet from Market Due to Manufacturing Defect

Sony Pulls Xperia Tablet from Market Due to Manufacturing Defect
Sony’s Xperia Tablet in an interesting looking device that was billed as being more rugged than the typical tablet on the market today. One key factor in the marketing of the little tablet was that it was water-resistant.
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Ontama Speaker Lets You Take Your iPhone into the Shower

Ontama Speaker Lets You Take Your iPhone into the Shower
Personally, I have no interest in bringing my gadgets in the tub or shower with me as it’s one of the few places on the planet where I can truly escape from technology and relax. But for those of you who always need to be connected, or at least need musical accompaniment when in the shower, you might want to check out this unusual looking gadget from Japan.

Towelmate Beach and Gym Towels Hide Valuables in Plain Sight

Towelmate Beach and Gym Towels Hide Valuables in Plain Sight
Have you ever been to the gym or the beach, and wanted a safe place to stash all of your gadgets? Look no further than Towelmate. These tech-savvy towels have zippered, water-resistant pockets that are designed to hold your essentials.

Ricoh PX Camera: Basic Looks for a Rugged Interior

Ricoh PX Camera: Basic Looks for a Rugged Interior
I’ve always been extremely careful with my Nikon D200, but it’s hard to do so all of the time. That’s why there are more and more durable cameras on the market. One of the latest is the compact Ricoh PX.
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