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Nanotechnology - The Future is Now


The progress of communication and technology grew in leaps and bounds in just a matter of years. They worked hand-in-hand to bring people together from all corners of the world and beyond. Whether for business or personal use, technological gadgets became a necessity. Android mobile phones, iPods, tablets, portable laptops and the like are made available for everyday use.

Since most of these gadgets do not come cheap, it is only fitting that they are encased with hardcovers for protection against scratches and accidental bumps. And of course, there are the carry-bags which are made specifically for the safety and security of such devices. But amidst all of these safety precautions, they are still prone to everyday wear-and-tear and other possible mishaps.

Most laptops, notebooks and portable computers have their unique bags or casings. Mobile phones, Android, and tablets would probably have their own tempered glass, bubble cases, and screen protectors. But for those gadget owners who are very particular even with just a simple tear of the far corners, or small bubbles on the screen, it is a no-brainer not to look for other alternatives that will make you’re your devices looking like brand new as the day you bought it from the store


Nanotechnology is technically not new but has evolved in a different form as compared to its initial conception.  Renowned  American  Physicist  Richard Feynman introduced the concept of nanotechnology, or more popularly known as “nanotech, ”back in the late 1950s’.  It specifically deals with the manipulation of matter on the “nano-scale” or in the atomic and molecular level.

The endless application of nanotech is ever evolving and seems endless, as used in different industries worldwide.  Its’uses have further branched out to specialized coating systems by utilizing silicon-based coating (in liquid form). Applying the Van Der Waals Effect, the liquid is absorbed by the surface where it is applied to and forms a protective outer layer.


Coined as “Liquid Glass” because of its smooth and glass-like surface, it offers great protection against scratches, moisture, and dirt. And what is so amazing about nanotech is that the liquid glass, which is about 100 nanometers thick (or approximately 500 times thinner than a human hair), creates a bubble-free cover that will not crack or stick and is totally invisible to the naked eye!

Don’t worry about the silicon-based liquid because it is perfectly safe to use over your electronic device and high-tech gadgets, as it does not seep through the device like water. Screen resolution and color quality of your LED or LCD screens will not be affected in any way.

Different brands of liquid glass offer different forms of application; from individually-wrapped small sachets of wet hand wipes to small bottles. And such advanced technology costs only at $8.00 to $12.00 per packaging (brand dependent). If you are thinking twice that you will use many pieces of wet hand wipes due to its small size, guess again. Small sachet-sized wet hand wipes can cover a 50-inch LED TV screen! Truly a remarkable product that is worth your money since it can give you 6 to 12 months of protection for your high-valued gadgets!

Nanotechnology, simply one of the best scientific breakthroughs --- and is still evolving to greater heights! 

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