We’re in the heart of CES 2013, and we’ve seen tons of awesome things already unveiled with many more still to come. There’s been many tablet-related things here that are really exciting. Corning’s showing off its Gorilla Glass 3, the newest in its line of damage and scratch-proof tablet screens. Gorilla Glass was already the best and strongest type of screen on the market, but Corning’s upped their game even more. This new glass has “Native Damage Resistance,” which makes it 50 percent stronger and 40 percent less prone to scratches. Speaking of tablets, RCA’s showing off a TV tablet. This 8-inch Android device packs in a dual TV tuner that picks up DTV signals and is compatible with mobile TV provider Dyle. Once you sign up for Dyle service, you have access to 130 channels from a variety of providers. This RCA tablet lets you have TV anywhere you go without any hassle. For $299, I’d love to watch TV wherever I am.
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"Shelly Palmer Radio Report – January 10, 2013" by @ShellyPalmer
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