You may already know that HZO doesn’t coat personal aftermarket electronics. If you’re a smartphone or tablet owner reading this, we’re sorry. Don’t get us wrong. We could start doing it tomorrow if it were the right way to protect electronics and increase long-term performance….
Often when people encounter our technology for the first time at trade shows or other events, they simply don’t know what to say. After all, at an HZO demonstration it’s likely a person will see TV’s, phones, even Raspberry Pi’s submerged under water as if…READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
When the HZO Marketing team asked me to write a post for the HZO blog, I hesitated. After all, I’ve never blogged. What do these people want from me, I wondered? But after consistent hounding they finally convinced me it would be worthwhile to put…READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
As wearables become more popular and adoption more widespread, makers of these devices are starting to learn more about the activities and behaviors of their end users, and what features are important to them. Let’s use water resistance and waterproofing for these electronics as an…READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
As HZO prepares for its first Board of Director’s meeting of 2015, we are reminded of our amazing roster of investors. For a timely topic, today we are highlighting another of our Series B investment groups, Delta Electronics Capital, and one of our Board Advisors,…READ ENTIRE ARTICLE