Nano-texture glass


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When Apple unveiled the Pro Display XDR, it also introduced a new kind of screen technology. But it wasn’t a new kind of LED lighting or a new image processor. It was glass. Very, very expensive glass: an extra £900 on top of the £4,599 price tag.

Apple calls it nano-texture glass and it’s also available in the latest 27-inch iMac, where it’s a £500 extra. So what does it do, and why would you want it?

Glass! Ah-ahhhhh!

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