Gorilla Glass 3 Put to the Test

Corning teased a Gorilla Glass 3 announcement just before CES, and at the show we were able to capture a live demo of the new surface material.

New for this third generation of Gorilla Glass is something Corning calls "Native Damage Resistance," which provides improved durability to withstand deep scratches and cracks in the glass. Corning says that, compared to its previous offerings, Gorilla Glass 3 provides enhanced scratch resistance, reduced scratch visibility, and better retained strength once a scratch occurs.

Check out the demo we caught from the CES show floor:

Corning Gorilla Glass 3 CES2013

 

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  • I was hoping he was going say that big screen TV had GG3 and was going to bash that TV with a bat.
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  • house70Flexible screens technology will render this obsolete.

    I disagree. Flexi screens may be better when it comes to breaking but they will be very susceptible to scratches and marks.
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  • Not the most exciting part of technology, but amazing nonetheless.
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  • Flexible screens technology will render this obsolete.
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  • house70Flexible screens technology will render this obsolete.

    I disagree. Flexi screens may be better when it comes to breaking but they will be very susceptible to scratches and marks.
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  • Not the most exciting part of technology, but amazing nonetheless.
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