OXFORD, ENGLAND, Feb. 22, 2016 /CNW/ - Lenovo, China's leading PC company, launched its flagship tablets at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 21 February with P2i, the global leader in nano coatings, there to protect them. The integration of P2i's water-repellent coating is a core feature of the TAB3 10 and TAB3 7.
P2i's technology makes devices more durable. The invisible nano coating protects the TAB3 10 Business and TAB3 7 against the challenges of everyday life with an invisibly thin coating guarding against spills in the kitchen, steam in the bathroom, rain showers and more.
Jeff Meredith, Vice President and General Manager of Lenovo's Tablet Business said:
"We are delighted to continue our partnership with P2i with their water-repellent technology on our TAB3 10 Business and TAB3 7 tablets."
"P2i's nano coating allows our customers to take our products just about anywhere without worrying about water damage."
TAB3 10 Business users can have the confidence that their tablets will withstand tough working environments, thanks in part to P2i's game-changing innovative technology. Your tablet is ready to survive the next splash life throws at it.
P2i is the global leader in liquid-repellent nano coatings, helping companies around the world give their products improved protection against damaging elements such as water, oil, sweat and mud.
With a focus on the consumer electronics industry, P2i technology makes devices water resistant, improving their reliability and allowing them to survive liquid exposure in everyday accidents. Using a patented pulsed plasma process, P2i's technology coats objects with an invisible protective coating that is 1/1000th the thickness of a human hair.
Headquartered near Oxford in England, P2i's market-leading technology is protected by multiple patents. The company works directly with the world's leading OEMs to integrate their nano coating technology into existing manufacturing lines.
P2i has roughly 100 employees and three laboratory facilities in the UK, USA and China to support its continuous development work. The company has over 100 of its nano coating systems for high-volume processing now in operation at its customers' manufacturing facilities around the globe, including at factories in Brazil, Argentina, USA, China, India, Japan, UK, Switzerland and Germany.
See http://www.P2i.com for more information.
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