Liquavista has rolled out a trio of new e-reader display technologies that are currently in a prototype mode, where they tout speedier page refreshes on e-book readers alongside support for video playback. Apart from that, it is hoped that this new technology would change the way Internet browsing on an e-book reader in the near future. The company is also sweating it out over a LiquavistaColor screen which does not deal with shades of gray but offer colors as well. Expect to see first of these hit the market sometime from next year onwards.
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