Do you find that the Kindle and Nook too techie, and want something similar to your traditional newspaper? Well, LG seems to be working on a display technology that could offer that to you. The company has developed the world’s largest flexible electronic paper screen, measuring 25cm by 40cm, basically a 19-inch screen size. With its thickness measuring in at 0.3mm, it’s certainly thin. The display uses a metal foil instead of traditional glass to make it flexible and durable. The best part is that it only requires power when the screen is refreshed, so it’ll certainly boast a long battery life.
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