First Motorola, and now Fujitsu?
It really seems like we're taking everything mobile; even in the bathtub!
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ahem... Do you really need a tablet in the bathtub??? Nevermind I should not have asked that question...
I could see this being really useful in the kitchen. Though I would need to build some type of drop down under cabinet mount so that it could sit in that and stay off my counters while cooking. Plus you would not have to worry about using it in the rain.
Looks like a great idea ! saw some article a short time ago about the where folks spend day - to -day time using the tablets ,and the 'reading room' had a received a pretty good slice of the percentages of actual use.So it make sense to make it waterproof as well meanwhile pool side snow ski boating etc
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I've been using my Asus Transformer in both the bath and shower for months. The shower is more demanding as you can't let water directly spray on it., but you do get plenty of overspray that needs to be wiped off every few minutes (mainly to let you read easily). I have a shelf in my shower at eye level and it's great for reading news/email (too noisy to listen to anything). I haven't immersed the tablet as it surely isn't waterproof, but it seems water resistant.
Based on Samsung's experience, Fujitsu might be advised to refrain from attempting to market the tablet in Germany, where anything that's rectangular with rounded corners seems to be regarded as infringing on Apples design registration. Good that Euklides lived a couple of millennia BJ (Before Jobs) ; otherwise his attempt to systematise geometry would no doubt have been slapped with an injunction....
Angry Birds... IN THE SHOWER!!! But seriously this sounds extremely useful in other places than just the bathroom. The kitchen seems the most practical, but using it outdoors without fretting over rain, sprinklers, etc sounds very handy.
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