|Flash drive in the wash?!|
Still, I was curious. I inserted the device that looked no worse for wear (once it was cool again) into the USB port and much to my surprise, it worked. It opened, retrieved its now squeaky clean data, and accepted new information copied into it and returned it to the computer in fine form. This was a tremendous surprise. I guess devices without moving parts can be as durable as those old Timex watches. This flash drive took a washing and keeps on ... sorry I can't think of the appropriate rhyming word at 7:17 in the morning.
Do you have any surprising feats of technological durability to share?