'Indestructible notepad' works underwater
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CES 2019: 'Indestructible notepad' works underwater

A notepad that can be used in water and a pencil that never goes blunt have been created by a Ukrainian start-up.

The BBC's Cody Godwin tried out the Nuka stationery set in a swimming pool at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

Read and watch all our CES coverage at bbc.com/ces2019

  • 11 Jan 2019
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