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Kindle Paperwhite Explained

Kindle Paperwhite Explained

Amazon Paperwhite in action (Credit: Amazon) Paperwhite technology explained (Credit: Amazon) Amazon recently announced a new version of the Kindle electronic reader with a new kind of technology which uses an innovative front lighting for better contrast even at bright ...

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Carbon Nano-Tube Color A4 E-Paper

Carbon Nano-Tube Color A4 E-Paper

Samsung Electronics and Unidym have demonstrated the world’s first carbon nanotube-based color active matrix electrophoretic display (EPD) e-paper. The revolutionary color e-paper was demonstrated on a 14.3 inch display. The e-paper device jointly completed by Samsung and Unidym uses a ...

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E Ink Next Generation Display

E Ink Next Generation Display

The U.S. Company E Ink has announced that its next generation segmented display cells are now available. The new cells are 40 percent thinner, more flexible, and have a wider operational temperature range than previous models. Among other applications, the ...

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Cybook Gen3 e-Book Review

Cybook Gen3 e-Book Review

A new kind of electronic-book reader has been making its way into the market. Based on the most recent electronic-paper technology from E Ink, it boasts an extremely fast page-flip speed and several unique features. But how does it compare ...

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The Future of Electronic Paper

The Future of Electronic Paper

Thirty-five years in the making, electronic paper is now closer than ever to changing the way we read, write, and study — a revolution so profound that some see it as second only to the invention of the printing press ...

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P-Ink Technology Under Development

P-Ink Technology Under Development

The Toronto based Start-Up Company Opalux has developed a new type of electronic ink, based on photonic crystals called P-ink. The new crystal-based e-paper can display colors in a way that current technology has not enabled until now. This promising ...

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Nokia Open

Nokia Open

Nokia Open concept – This mobile communication concept was designed by Hugo Danti, an industrial designer in Barcelona, Spain who won 1st prize in the NOKIA 4G mobile concept competition. One main button controls the primary functions while all others ...

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