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Old 12-17-2010, 11:58 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by neondriver View Post
If you use a laptop, Lexan is used for the film covering a lot of laptop screens.
Hey, I know a guy who works for Corning who claims the same thing, but that was about glass...
I think that Lexan is now more common than glass, as glass has glare, and is far more complicated to make in that thickness (if you know anything about making plate glass, it's similar, but they do it vertically ). Lexan it likely more durable with scratching being the only weakness, though it's amazing how flexible standard soda lime glass that thin can be.
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