...for stuff that really shouldn't go anywhere near the water.
What's a day at the beach without your iPad? Or a kayaking trip without your MP3 player? This is the modern world. Absolutely every moment of life must be set to music, and any missed texts could spell disaster. So how do you take your favorite gadgets snorkeling without voiding the warranty?
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Enter DryCASE. They have a line of vaccuum sealed bags that are completely waterproof AND buoyant, so your precious iWhatever won't sink to the bottom of Lake Shenanigans. This product wouldn't be very interesting if it was just a vacuum sealed bag. Which is why DryCASE went the extra mile and added in headphone connectivity.
Each DryCASE has a 3-way headphone jack that works with headphones (especially EarBUDs headphones from the same people) and micrphones. There is a 4.25" wide and 6.5" model for smartphones and media players and cameras, etc. And there's also a super-sized model built to fit the iPad or whatever other tablet you happen to have.
This is a pretty ingenius idea. You can pick up the tablet version for $59.99. Both cases will be on display at CES 2011, so I should get a chance to dunk and splash somebody else's hardware.
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The DryCASE is pretty fugly looking, but it looks like it gets the job done. Now, if only they'd launch a model compatible with all the dual-screen slates we'll be seeing at CES 2011.