‘APPLE’ of the United States introduced a titanium laptop many years ago. The computer not only has advanced performance, but its [SCALE STEEL]case is made of titanium. While many laptops claim to have Titanium shells, most are Titanium plated, this Titanium Power Book G4 laptop has a Grade 1 industrial Titanium shell. It is also the world's first pure titanium computer casing. The overall thickness of the computer is 25.4mm and the weight is 2.4kg. Titanium used in computer shell in the titanium industry and computer industry have a great influence. Titanium shells delivered in grey colour can be oxidized to red, purple and yellow.
Apple's titanium-clad computer is expected to challenge SONY's magnesium-clad model, which is not only beautiful in appearance but also has excellent performance. Compared with magnesium, titanium has high tensile strength (106.3GPa for titanium and 44.4GPa for magnesium) and low thermal conductivity. Titanium is 17W/m.K, [SCALE STEEL]only one tenth of that of magnesium (159W/m.K). Therefore, the titanium shell can maintain strength while realizing thin wall, inhibit heat diffusion from hardware and prevent heating on the bottom.
IBM's Think Pad A series (A20p) and T series (T20) laptop cases use titanium composite materials, which not only improve the strength and seismic [SCALE STEEL]performance of the case, but also make the computer thinner and lighter. HP's X16-1201TX and X16-1301TX notebooks also use titanium shells.
Fujitsu of Japan makes a small A5, 890GB lightweight laptop that uses [SCALE STEEL]pure titanium. The company also uses titanium in the casing of its INTERTOP CX300 laptop.
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