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Motorola shows off Razr's Splashguard technology

Now you can make phone calls in the rain
Thu Oct 20 2011, 12:26
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THE FOLKS at Motorola obviously don't trust users with their phones - first the Defy came with all kinds of high-level protection and now the new Razr phone has some fairly clever Splashguard technology to protect it from liquids.

It involves the use of a water repellent coating on all parts of the phone's inner and outer hardware - except the screen, obviously - so the device is protected from low level liquid impact such as rain or a spill from a glass.

Perfect for the office, down the pub, out in the rain or other unseemly activities. µ


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