Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Gorilla Glass 3 muscle pulls at CES 2013

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A few days ago I already mentioned that the team would be present Corning at CES 2013 to introduce the third version of its Gorilla Glass, a material that has been present in many electronic devices since it was introduced for the first time and, as you can imagine, also part of the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Gorilla Glass 3 presumed to improve the properties of its predecessor thanks to a change at the molecular level and the addition of a feature called Native Damage Resistance (NDR). This has gotten much better conserve his strength after suffering a mishap and also prevents the occurrence of damage to the material surface scratches as could be

Corning Gorilla Glass speaks of three triples its scratch resistance and reduces their visibility by 40% in the event that they appear. The demonstration video that Engadget was able to record shows that this material is much more resistant than other crystals used by the competition and supports smooth the impact of a ball of 130 grams of steel while an aluminum succumbs to the force deforming its original form.

Note that all the samples used in the test had a stripe applied with 7 Newtons of force, which modifies the original properties of the material but it serves to demonstrate that Corning Gorilla Glass 3 not crack despite that scratch. Finally, Gorilla Glass 3 subjected to pressure that gives a press holding back without breaking.

How long does it take to see Gorilla Glass 3 installed in electronic devices more pointers?

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Source - Engadget

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