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  • Waterproof Tablets

    Well At&t has come out with one but I'm still waiting on Sprint to get off their butts. Anyone else know anything I dont?

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    I just saw a company on tv that demonstrated a product at the CES show that makes any device a waterproof device. It is some kind of a coating that protects the internal circuit board and switches from the effects of the water (arcing, corroding, etc)

    They had a regular cell phone treated with the product sitting in an aquarium full of water. I'm going to look in to this stuff. If it truly works, it could be a game changer.

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      It is a spray?

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        This app is an actual chartplotter. It is still in its infancy in development, but is already far better than others I've used.
        I'll be updating this post with more updates as they come. Right now I'm using it on my HTC EVO, awaiting my first tablet purchase. Decisions, decisions....
        With this app and a gps enabled tablet, either built in or with a puck gps, will make stand alone systems a thing of the past.

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          a

          This app is an actual chartplotter. It is still in its infancy in development, but is already far better than others I've used.
          I'll be updating this post with more updates as they come. Right now I'm using it on my HTC EVO, awaiting my first tablet purchase. Decisions, decisions....
          With this app and a gps enabled tablet, either built in or with a puck gps, will make stand alone systems a thing of the past.


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          • #6
            Originally posted by sanimirza View Post
            This app is an actual chartplotter. It is still in its infancy in development, but is already far better than others I've used.
            I'll be updating this post with more updates as they come. Right now I'm using it on my HTC EVO, awaiting my first tablet purchase. Decisions, decisions....
            With this app and a gps enabled tablet, either built in or with a puck gps, will make stand alone systems a thing of the past.


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            sani
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