epaper device

Bridgestone doesn’t only light up the world of Formula 1 with its brand of tires, but they have just announced an electronic paper device that will run on its “Quick-response Liquid Powder” technology. The company hopes to see this device used in market segments such as browsing electronic books and electronic data, where it will undergo testing with the assistance system for liaison officers at Kansai Urban Banking Corp from spring next year onwards. The device will boast a 13.1″ touch-sensitive e-paper which is capable of displaying up to 4,096 colors, boasting a higher reaction rate compared to its rivals – refreshing a 13.1″ screen in a mere 0.8 seconds.

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