Omega Is Already Using Apple's Liquid Metal

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When we shared with you Apple's acquisition of Liquid Technologies' supermaterial, we noted that liquid metal is already in use across a variety of industries, from sports to aerospace. Or, you might find it on the wristwatch you have now.

An interesting guided video through Omega's manufacturing process illustrates how the company fuses Apple's new material into the bezel and face of its new watches, creating a gorgeous, durable result. Speculation remains as to whether Apple will use its liquid metal for similarly aesthetic ends, or something more functional. [CrunchGear]

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Damage
Mr. Damage

Actually, if you have the original Sansa E2XX series, you already have a piece of LiquidMetal on your back.

So, Apple's what.... 4 years late to the party?