Hacker News article Water filters have long been popular among smartphone users, but a new patent shows how to make them work on a smartphone, too.
The new patent, filed in April, is for a water filter that uses the pressure of water instead of a pressure sensor to work.
In other words, the filter will filter out the water instead.
The patent claims that water pressure sensors and pressure sensitive actuators are used in the filter, allowing the filter to be able to handle pressure higher than the standard 1 bar (1 psi) that a standard water filter can handle.
This is great news for smartphone users who use a water pump, or can’t wait for their water to filter.
Water pumps typically need a pump that can handle pressure greater than 1 bar to work, which means you can’t just buy a water-based pump and expect it to work like a regular water pump.
The latest patent filing says that the filter can be used with a smartphone’s home screen, too, as well.
The water-powered water filter works in a similar fashion to the one on a water gun, but the water filter also has a built-in water sensor that can be attached to the water gun.
You can also attach the water sensor to the home screen of a smartphone or tablet, so you don’t need to worry about having a water tank.
You could also attach it to your wrist or wristband.
The device would still need to be connected to a battery, so this isn’t a replacement for a normal water pump or a water pistol, but it is a water filtering device that works with your smartphone.
It’s still unclear if the water filtering can filter out water that’s too salty, so it might not be as reliable as a standard filter, but we’ll have to wait and see.