Evolution with Style

Visually stunning, lightweight, highly damage-resistant, it’s the best feature you can get from your hand held smart phones or tablet pcs or even pcs and tvs. Corning has definitely changed what a glass should be and how it should be used as it features its state-of-the-art gorilla glass. It’s the greatest invention made specifically for devices and appliances’ protection from everyday wear and tear.

Made from alkali-aluminosilicate, this thin sheet of of glass that wraps around our favourite device’s displays are engineered for thinness, lightness, damage resistance and at the same time strength. Unlike ordinary glass that was popular during the 90s found on almost any type of technology in the market which are fragile, gorilla glass is made to be flexible that gives you a time off from thinking about having it scratched. What’s good about this product that many environmentalists would definitely approve of, the material can be recycled.

By 2010, the corning gorilla glass has been used in approximately 20 percent of mobile handsets and even the best laptop screen world wide. In 2012, its second generation, gorilla glass 2 has been announced and accordingly will be releasing its new gorilla glass 3 with Native Damage Resistance which enables improved damage resistance and toughness compared to former glass compositions. It is also compared to be up to three times more damage resistant than its predecessor, the gorilla glass 2. The company never stops improving its product’s quality even after its over 1 billion users and still in counting. It has been said that gorilla glass 3 is not only chemically strengthened — its atomic configuration is formulated so that the glass is less brittle, and fundamentally tougher and more damage resistant even before.

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