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Gorilla Glass Demoed at CES

Corning's Gorilla Glass made the rounds at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.  Rene Ritchie from our sister site, The iPhone Blog, was able to spend some time seeing how tough this glass is.

The tough as nails glass is showing up in laptops, monitors and even Microsoft's new surface computers.  Windows Phone users are becoming more familiar with Gorilla Glass seeing it used in the Samsung Focus, Dell Venue Pro and LG Optimus 7 (all listed on Corning's site, Focus is a Galaxy-S phone technically).

While I wouldn't throw caution to the wind with Gorilla Glass, the video clearly demonstrates it's one tough cookie.

Source: TiPb

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