With a name like Gorilla Glass, we aren’t surprised that gadgets with such a display are pretty hardy in nature, at least they won’t just crack in half during their maiden drop to the floor. Just for your information, among the devices in the market that sport Gorilla Glass include the Motorola Droid, Dell Adamo laptop and Cowon S9 portable media player. Gorilla Glass works very much differently from normal glass because it enables “larger ions to penetrate the surface more deeply to increase the compression tolerance and tolerate deeper scratches.” This is made possible thanks to an aluminum-composite composition which is extremely thin and light due to its strength.
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