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Old 10-05-2012, 09:42 PM   #397
Prokrypt
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Originally Posted by tomsem View Post
You bathtub readers will be happy to know that Paperwhite passes the ziplock test. I'm able to operate it just fine while it is inside a standard Ziplock freezer bag. That's capacitative touch for you. Take that, Nook and Kobo!

Probably possible to design a waterproof case that allows underwater operation to some modest depth. Dive charts anyone?
I suppose you haven't actually tested it under water though?
Try this: take a bottle of bottled water, hold it in your hand, and try to operate a capacitive touch screen with the corner of the base. If it works, then I don't think the touchscreen would work under water... Just a guess though.
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