Samsung is pretty forward looking in the display department with their latest release, the 10.2″ color e-paper display which is capable of displaying video as well. This unique hybrid display of sorts will merge both e-ink and LCD technology, allowing it to alternate between memory mode and dynamic mode pixels when and where the situation calls for it. The current prototype has a relatively low resolution of 320 x 240 pixels for tis size, so here’s hoping future iterations will be able to offer something much more. Other features include the ability to 64 colors and has a sub-25ms response time. According to the eyes-on report from Tech-On!, the concept is far from ready for prime-time deployment, either as e-paper or a video display. Samsung have not given any indication of when they expect the panels to be commercially viable.
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