Fujitsu adds a water-resistant Honeycomb tablet to its portfolio
If there is one thing that virtually all electronics should be kept away from, that is water. Plain old H2O may be a life-giving liquid to us, humans, but a slow and almost certain death awaits pretty much any gizmo that gets even a few droplets of it stuck in its circuitry.
However, rugged devices are built to resist water damage, and the Fujitsu F-01D tablet falls right into that category. What's more is that the slate boasts IP certification, meaning that it is not only capable of withstanding a decent dose of water torture, but is also resistant to dust and dirt.
The only sad part is that the Fujitsu F-01D is not bound for the U.S. market. Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo will be offering the tablet next month at an unspecified price. Makes you feel somewhat jealous, doesn't it?