When the original Motorola Droid came out, Gorilla Glass was relatively unknown. Then people started to notice the glass was very hard to scratch and very durable. Word came out that the glass used was made from Corning and labeled “Gorilla glass”. People immediately started to wonder if it could be made on larger devices such as TV’s. That answer is now, yes. While keeping the picture quality the glass is only .7 mm thick and can be made on an edgeless design. This should make for thinner, lighter, more durable and better looking HDTV in the short future. For now you can go over to Amazon and search for Sony Gorilla Glass and see the current offerings. The price is high but as the tech spreads this will go down. Do you think this is a huge breakthrough or a little too much in the ways of TV tech?
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