Seal Cell – this is the name of a new handset made by Seal Shield and presented as being “the world’s first dishwasher safe cell phone”.
The new phone is waterproof, which means that you can regularly clean it in the sink or dishwasher – this way, you’ll help prevent the spread of bacteria, germs and viruses.
The Seal Cell uses Seal Shield’s SILVER SEAL technology for antimicrobial protection, thus being resistant to mold and odor causing bacteria.
According to Dr. Charles Gerba at University of Arizona, “cell phones are the highest carrier of bacteria with 25,000 germs per square inch, or 500 times more bacteria than the average toilet.”
As for the technical specs of the Seal Cell handset, these include: quad-band GSM connectivity with GPRS, “ruggedized touch screen”, GPS, dual SIM technology, Bluetooth, MMS, walkie-talkie function, torch light, and a 2MP camera.
The Seal Cell phone will be showcased by Seal Shield at CES 2010 (which debuts tomorrow) and should be available early this year. Its price was not announced.
Via Press release
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