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By some estimates, as many as 7 million Australians currently use a tablet. And tablets could make up half of first-time computer purchases by 2017, according to new Gartner research. But the real question is: what shiny new tablet will you be streaming 2014’s World Cup on? Let’s preview upcoming tablets — known and rumoured — along with the processor, display and operating system technologies that will drive them.
After leaving most car enthusiasts wondering what’s next when it introduced the all electric BMW i3, BMW released some details about the upcoming plug-in hybrid i8. At a test track showing off the sports car, BMW revealed that the i8 will be the first car to use Gorilla Glass for its windows.
Corning has a new version of its ultra-tough touchscreen glass called Gorilla Glass NBT, meant for touchscreen tablets and notebooks. What makes Gorilla Glass NBT so good? Many of the displays on laptops and tablets are made from soda lime glass. But Gorilla Glass NBT is made from a different material altogether.
Corning is unveiling the newest iteration of its popular Gorilla Glass line of scratch-resistant and crack-resistant screens at CES tomorrow. But we were able to get an early preview of just how tough GG3 really is. And boy is it.
Gorilla Glass 2 is just as strong, tough and impressive as the original Gorilla Glass. Only difference? Gorilla Glass 2 is waaaaaaaay thinner at only .8mm compared to the original Gorilla Glass at 1mm.
Short answer: yes. Corning announced today that it will be debuting the next iteration of Gorilla Glass at CES next week… though as cryptically as possible. It is reputedly designed with device manufacturers’ move towards thinner, lighter displays in mind. Take that, sharp corners.