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Salt Fog: A Raspberry Pi’s Worst Nightmare

Salt fog testing is one of the most aggressive tests for evaluating a device’s resistance to corrosion. The test is conducted in a sealed chamber where a sample PCB or device is introduced to an extremely corrosive sodium chloride rich fog atmosphere. This contained and…

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Ask the Army, They Know

We’ve written a lot about HZO technology and its ability to protect electronics from sweat and water: all still relevant, true and amazing. But, today, we thought we’d flank right and report some recent findings on how HZO stands up against another category of liquids…

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HZO to Attend Mobile World Congress 2015

HZO is on the trade show road again, but this time it’s intercontinental. With the background noise of slot machines and roulette wheels still in our ears, we leave the successes of CES to head to Barcelona to attend Mobile World Congress 2015. Taking place…

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Terms & Conditions May Apply

Every electronic device we buy these days comes with certain terms & conditions. Certain boundaries to what we can and cant do with the device. “You can do this… But not that.” “You can use it here… But definitely not there.” The same is true…

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HZO Protects a Lenovo Yoga Tablet

When you have a technology with virtually no bounds, it’s a lot of fun to test the possibilities. Since HZO is able to protect any type electronic device, from health tracking wearables to 40” televisions, we do a lot of testing. Some of it is validation testing on devices we use…

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