Just tonight I created an account through mozilla to sync my browsers because Febe wasn't supported anymore and I was doing a full wipe on my PC. It restored all my bookmarks, plugins, passwords, pretty much everything but open tabs. I guess I'm not using febe anymore. . .Customize the software to match my desktop:. . .firefox addons. . .
The steam from the bath would be enough to make things have rainbow streaks. Although I dunno if i'd want my Pyra near the bath! (Laptop yes though)watching youtube while bathing. setting up my laptop takes way too long, and my phone's screen has a crack in it which makes everyone look like they have weird scars :/
i've never had baths hot enough to even have foggy mirrors (high humidity makes me nauseous) and i'll definitely won't hold the pyra in my hands while bathing, it'll sit on a tiny table near the tubThe steam from the bath would be enough to make things have rainbow streaks. Although I dunno if i'd want my Pyra near the bath! (Laptop yes though)
Put it in a ziplock bag, that should keep the humidity off, I'd expect?I often used my Pandora to play games while spending a little time in the bath and listening to podcasts at the same time. The humidity would get high enough to make water drip off the condensation on the outside of the toilet cistern, especially if it was a humid day to start with. By the time I did that the LCD cable had already broken and been replaced in my Pandora, I'd stripped and replaced a couple of screws, and the case was starting to crack, so I wasn't too precious about it. I'm not sure I'll use my Pyra like that in the bath for a while after I get it.
The ones without the zipper are still sold by Ziplock here. I wasn't sure what else to call it. Ziplock is a genericised trademark.That'd work. Even better would be the type of bag with a seal but without the zipper which used to be more common. I wasn't that bothered for my old Pandora - it was only cold surfaces that attracted condensation, but it's worth considering if I use my Pyra there.