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With portable devices like smartphones getting even more and more essential in one’s daily life, people get to value them more. Some people may even want to protect them from the elements if they can. But unfortunately, not all smartphones and other similar devices are always well-protected from them, especially the water. But there’s a new revolutionary way that was just introduced at the 1012 CES called Liquipel that can virtually waterproof any valuable device you have.

Liquipel is a revolutionary process that was recently introduced at the 2012 International CES in Las Vegas. It is a revolutionary invisible coating that can be applied to any type of electronic device via a revolutionary process. This technology provides a coating that makes any device waterproof, even up to its interior parts.

What is most amazing about Liquipel is that it does not leave any visible marks on the device when used. Device owners won’t even notice that their device has been coated with Liquipel. Run water on the device and it won’t get water damaged. What’s more, it will only cost around US$69 to have your device given the Liquipel Treatment. You can check out Liquipel further and what it can do for your device at its website.

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