12-03-2011 08:43 AM
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  1. HeyCori's Avatar
    I always find it strange how certain manufacturers are reticent about stating they have Gorrilla Glass on some of their devices; you would have thought they'd be shouting about it.
    I wonder if there's some insane licensing reasoning. Sounds crazy, after all, why would a company ever limit exposure of a quality product? But that's the same reason Microsoft can't offer full turn-by-turn in Bing Maps and why Hulu pulled support from the HP TouchPad. Silly companies.
    12-01-2011 09:59 AM
  2. dgduris's Avatar
    The Corning site says the Surround has Gorilla Glass. My Surround got scratched on day 1. I got a screen protector. I will now order a few for my new Titan.
    12-03-2011 07:16 AM
  3. palandri's Avatar
    I wonder if there's some insane licensing reasoning. Sounds crazy, after all, why would a company ever limit exposure of a quality product? But that's the same reason Microsoft can't offer full turn-by-turn in Bing Maps and why Hulu pulled support from the HP TouchPad. Silly companies.
    I think you probably hit on it there. I am sure that comes into it.
    12-03-2011 07:29 AM
  4. TaliZorah's Avatar
    Well since a lot of reviews said the Titan AND Radar had gorilla glass I decided to email their support about the Radar too. I will let you guys know when I hear back.

    Also, on that site where corning lists devices with gorilla glass note the part where they say that some devices might actually have gorilla glass but they are not allowed to show them on the list due to agreements with the carriers or what have you.
    12-03-2011 08:43 AM
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