Corning's new Lotus Glass promises higher-resolution displays, more

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  1. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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    http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/news...-promises-higher-resolution-displays-more.ars
     
  2. J_L

    J_L Registered Member

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    I'd love to have a scratch-proof/resistant monitor.
     
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    You mean desktop monitor or laptop monitor?
    Anyways, at least in my case neither of the 2 would be useful, it would just make the PC or Laptop a LOT LOT more expensive for nothing :D :D
     
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    My thoughts are it may be good for TVs where little kids or over-enthusiastic sports fanatics my throw something at the screen. Or it may be useful for touchscreens.
     
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    Yupp I agree it sounds like it will be very useful on touch screen devices, and for sport fanatics :D (luckily I am just interested in Golf :p )
     
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    Both, and more.
    You can choose your monitors when buying PCs and most laptops.
     
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    PCs yes. "Most" laptops? Note really. If you want a different monitor with your notebook, generally you have to buy a different model notebook.
     
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