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Old 05-21-2019, 06:32 PM   #16
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Thanks!

I had high hopes for this, but going by the website it seems we don't got no waterproof Android ereaders yet.

There's so much happening now. Epad with Android 8
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jJKw2oXo_uY

Likebook, and lately I've seen Sony (which have superb waterproofing technology) is selling the digital paper device which people can run with Android Lollipop. Dunno how fresh news the latter is, but it was new to me.
Actually Tolino products run Android.

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Looks promising. I've watched some videos of them now, and checked out their website. https://mytolino.com/compare-tolino-ereader/

Seems like I can't use it for maths, as there's no stylus yet. But they write they have water protection by HZO, meaning any producer of rink tablets could get the same, if they just got in touch with HZO.

Seems like I am pretty alone in wanting to read near a beach/sauna/jacuzzi/pool wherever there's water and/or humidity. Toledo is onto something, but the others not.
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Barnes and Noble Nook also runs a stripped down Android.
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