hardened glass

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tempered glass

(US), toughened glass (Brit.) Glass having two to five times the strength of ordinary glass as a result of having been prestressed by heating and then suddenly quenched; the rapid cooling produces a compressively-stressed surface layer.
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The device also offers a bright OLED screen with scratch resistant hardened glass, easy photo management, full sync capability with a PC and TV-out support for slide shows.
In addition to the original two inscriptions in Japanese and English, the hardened glass board, 60 centimeters long and 90 cm wide, now features French, German, Russian, Italian, Chinese and Korean to mark the city's hosting of a Sep.
5 x 10m back projection screen over its entrance, comprising 25 HoloPro films laminated into hardened glass.
Also, switching to open-mesh barriers or hardened glass isn't feasible for mom-and-pop shops, McGoey observes.
Best known for his Ferrari and Maserati creations, Giorgetto Giugiaro uses tamper-proof materials, including suspended roofs, hardened glass panels, and rubberised seats.
4ins TFT display boasting wide angle viewing and hardened glass surface, NVidia GeForce 2 Go graphics controller with 16MB of dedicated RAM for high-resolution images, 56k modem and Wi-Fi connectivity, 256MB of RAM and up to 60GB SMART hard drive, plus USB 2.
The torpedo-shaped handles are of hardened glass and silicon nylon.
It features a weatherproof nylon housing, a hardened glass lens, and produces a spot beam capable of reaching distances up to 1,000 feet.
Zone executives stressed the decision was made because of the overall capacity of the park, not because of safety fears about the bridge, which is made of two layers of hardened glass, 24 millimeters thick in total.
As revealed in a note to investors from JP Morgan, sapphire glass display have low yield and cost more than the hardened glass displays such as Corning Gorilla displays previous iPhones has had so far.
They're holding sticks of hardened glass in every color imaginable over the red and blue flame, twisting and turning and stretching it as it softens into a molten material easy to mold.