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Thanks to Japan's Kaga Hightech Co., better known for its Taxan brand, we can now enjoy our tablets in the bath. Step forward the Méopad Aqua, a 7in, 1-024 x 600 fondleslab with all the usual accoutrements and an unusual one: it's waterproof. Taxan Meopad Aqua It's ready, then, for use in the kitchen, the company claimed, or …

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Does the micro-SD slot also work underwater?

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IT Angle

Finally...

A picture to supplant the one for the ASUS Eee PC babe.

Are there any more pics for us to drool over??

Look, somebody needed to do it!!

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Geek use

I think this will have a big acceptance within the male geek community:

All you p0rn collection in the shower!!

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Soapy wit tank

Are capacitive screens affected by being wet / soapy?

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it's an advert

to make it stand out and be spoken of on the internet for the next 27 sec, until they release a fire-proof one, etc.

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Is it heat proof?

Sauna shots next...

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Waterproof and shockproof?

Then it might become a useful device for taking with me on a motorbike, as a replacement for the stack of maps and papers I have to have with me at events.

(having no moving parts doesn't necessarily mean it's capable of withstanding travel in a motorcycle tank bag)

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IP54 is not waterproof, it allows for limited ingress of water, not good for electronics!

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