An Android tablet for the tub

CNET reviews the Pantech Element Android 3.2 tablet from AT&T.

Photo of the Pantech Element tablet in water.
Splish splash, the Element takes a bath. James Martin/CNET

The world is a dangerous place for a tablet. One slip or spill, and your precious slate is sunk.

The Pantech Element, out now on AT&T for $299 on contract, is here to relieve you of your worry. Its solid, waterproof design can handle up to a meter of water, so go ahead and spill your cup of coffee.

But is this a tablet worth signing a two-year contract for? Head over to CNET's rated review of the Pantech Element to find out more.

 

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