When we imagine rugged and waterproof, the first thing that comes to mind is that it’s practical, i.e., ugly and bulky, so accessories manufacturer, Seidio, has set out to debunk that myth. After taking lessons from their OBEX for iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3, they went back to the drawing board for their latest model for the Galaxy S4.
Water may be the elixir of life, the food that fuels our planet, but exposure to a few drops in the wrong place, can also wreak havoc on iPhones and other mobile electronic devices. To protect them, we use covers, cases and pouches and most of them do the job they’re designed to do. But now, there is a product that’s invisible to the naked eye that can keep those electrons from fizzling out.
We like to take our cell phones everywhere we go, but what happens when we go to places like the beach? We can’t take them into the water and we’re likely uncomfortable to leave them behind unattended. So Salt Lake City based Stash Incorporated has come up with a brilliant idea to create waterproof pocket shorts.
Swann, a company known for providing security monitoring solutions has gone beyond just using cameras for surveillance. They’ve just released Bolt HD, a new high-definition camera that’s both waterproof and wearable, making it ideal for shooting video whether you’re skydiving, motocross racing, surfing, scuba diving or just running in the rain.
I was quite intrigued with the possibility of a totally waterproof iPhone. Truth is, it might be a little while before all of our gadgets are totally waterproof right from the factory. In the meantime, if you need to take you iPhone or iPad somewhere when it will get really wet or there is a lot of water, you do want to ensure you keep them dry. So Benzitech unveiled iDry – waterproof cases that have an airtight seal.