Zagg HzO WaterBlocking Technology Demo!
Zagg has done it again. Not content to sit around waiting for the next SHIELD device, they went to work protecting your electronics products from the inside. Yes, we said FROM THE INSIDE. How? We have no freaking idea, but the demo is amazing. Zagg has figured out how to use a chemical to bond to electronics in order to prevent water from doing what water does - namely short out any electronics it comes into contact with it. How do we know it's real? Because Zagg demonstrated it in a fishbowl with an iPod that kept playing - along with a speaker connected to its headphone jack - for over 15 minutes. If this isn't hype and the process is able to be made to work for consumers, then this could be the the next evolution in manufacturing for electronics products. I just hope manufactures are willing to license it, because this is something that should come from the factory. Check out this demo of the new WaterBlocking technology.
And here's a summary video of how it works - basically it bonds on a molecular level to the electronics inside your device to keep water from affecting the circuitry and shutting it down or shorting it out.
So when will it be available? Don't know. How much will it cost? Don't know. Will consumers be able to apply it themselves? Don't know. I know, it's incredibly frustrating and we want to know more. We'll be dripping our questions all over Zagg until we get the answers - stay tuned!
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abjonesiii, post: 857531
I got $20 that says absolutely nothing will come of this. Seriously if devices were made to be waterproof how much money would the big cell phone companies loss by not be able to sell replacement phones to all the idiots who ruin theirs in water. (Self included I left one in the rain…). They'll never do it.
The Military will use it.
I'm also wondering if that was actually water, and if so, how purified it was…but I can be skeptical of video salespeople.