HzO extreme water protection is at CTIA 2012

HzO extreme water protection is at CTIA 2012
With the Galaxy S III and heaps of other high-end devices launching recently, you might want to have the best protection for your dear smartphone. And with off-contract prices hitting over $600 easily, there’s a lot to protect. And HzO delivers protection against one of the most dangareous hazards - water. We’ve seen the HzO WaterBlock technology back at CES and it impresses as it easily repels water from water and humidity using a mixture of advanced materials. Now, it’s at CTIA and it’s getting one step closer to arriving on real products.

What makes HzO’s technology different from others is that it doesn’t simply lay an outside coating on top of a device, but protects it from the inside out. This goes on to even protect against full water immersion. Earlier at CES, HzO was repeatedly dropping a protected iPhone into an aquarium to show off how potent is its technology.

The company hopes to sign a big manufacturer so users have waterproof phones “next season.” We can only hope and take a look back at the demonstration.

source: SacBee



6. I_Slap_Fat_Kids

Posts: 40; Member since: May 04, 2012

No one can steal your phone while you're swimming if it's in your pocket!

5. rg987

Posts: 130; Member since: Dec 29, 2011

yupp........underwater clicking is just superb.......i want this on the GALAXY NOTE 2

2. SuperAndroidEvo

Posts: 4888; Member since: Apr 15, 2011

I want to take a underwater picture/video with my phone. That would be very cool.

3. itiswhatitis

Posts: 423; Member since: Jan 23, 2012

that's exactly what i have in mind!!

1. itiswhatitis

Posts: 423; Member since: Jan 23, 2012

"Next season",i'm going swimming with my phone!!!!

4. extinctz

Posts: 9; Member since: Feb 27, 2012

LOL, nice one :))

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