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MWC 2012: Waterproof Your Smartphones, Tablets

Your silicone bumper won't help if your smartphone falls into a hot tub or sink. Check out these state-of-the-art coatings for phones, tablets, and even laptops, fresh from Mobile World Congress.
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To prove the phones continue to function perfectly after WaterBlock treatment, the HzO team placed two of them in a bowl of water and turned on timers. WaterBlock has also been used on theme park rides, underwater surveillance equipment, and even everyday items like fabrics.

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