The folks over at Liquavista have demonstrated its electrowetting technology in the past and now the display has been updated to be “unbreakable” as it’s quite flexible. The display also offers full color, high refresh rates, visibility in all lighting conditions and also the benefits of being less power hungry. Of course, everybody’s definition of unbreakable is different as you don’t see them hammering at the display with a blunt object. Still, you check out a video of it in action after the jump.
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