Rumors that the iPhone 5 or the 2012 refresh of the MacBook Pro could feature case components made of the high-tech amorphous metal alloy Liquidmetal has generated a lot of interest in this material.
Liquidmetal is the commercial name given to an amorphous metal alloy that is almost twice as strong as the strongest titanium alloys. The alloy was developed by Caltech in 2003 and has been used in a broad range of military, medical, luxury, consumer, industrial, and sporting goods products.
Let's take a look at some of the uses that this fascinating material has been put to.
What is Liquidmetal used for? Related