Sony now has televisions made with gorilla glass. If you are using your TV in a way that a gorilla glass screen is somehow advantageous, you are doing something terribly terribly wrong.

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Jim Hillhouse November 2, 2011 at 12:48 pm

Ahhh…I’m going to guess that you haven’t yet seen the awesome destructive testing capabilities of children. If you take n children of ages 0-20 and n flat screen tv, where n is an unsigned integer, and mix, some number of n flat screen tv’s will end up with a broken screen.

In aerospace, I developed the rule of thumb, “Over-kill is better than no kill at all.”

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Mark Shead November 2, 2011 at 1:20 pm

My kids are 2 and 4, so maybe I just haven’t experienced everything yet. :) I suppose that if I ever did have a screen broken the Gorilla Glass would definitely be a desired feature.

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