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Netronix E Ink Display Sports Wacom Digital Pen Support

08/04/2014, The folks over at Netronix are currently showcasing a slew of new designs when it comes to eReaders which will also include an interesting prototype. This particular prototype will sport a 6.8” E Ink display, where it runs on Android-based software...

Credit card gets E Ink display for safer online shopping experience

06/27/2011, E Ink displays aren’t just for e-book readers, as they have now been put to good use on, of all places, credit cards. Yes, those pieces of plastic which tend to have you pay much more than you actually can afford because you lack the financial nous...

E Ink has superior next generation display in the pipeline

05/04/2011, It is natural for a company to want to veer forward in terms of technology, and E Ink subscribes to the idea as well as they are more than willing not to rest on their laurels. Word has it that E Ink’s future is a bright one according to what has...

Bookeen delivers video playback on E Ink Pearl display

02/16/2011, Bookeen’s R&D team has come up with what many has deemed to be impossible – that is, achieving video playback on an E Ink Pearl display. Normally, E Ink displays cater for e-book readers and the ilk, working great under direct sunlight but...

NoteSlate $99 touchscreen tablet with two-color display

01/18/2011, Not all eBook readers are blessed with color and those that are normally cost a little more. What if you could get a color eBook reader for just $99? We’re talking about the NoteSlate, a touchscreen tablet that features a 13-inch 750 x 1080 pixel...

BAE Systems want to disguise tanks with E Ink

01/13/2011, Just when you thought that E Ink technology was there for e-book readers, BAE Systems, a British defense firm, has decided to use it instead to disguise their range of vehicles of war. Apparently, a set of sensors that are connected to the tank’s...

PocketBook Accidentally Confirms That It Will Use A Mirasol Display

11/23/2010, Seems that someone jumped the gun with the press release as PocketBook USA just confirmed that it will be offering the first Mirasol e-reader at CES 2011. Details are scarce at the moment but apparently the prototype is capable of handling 12 frames per...

Color E-Ink Tablet Shown Off at Berlin Exhibition

11/17/2010, It looks like a color e-ink tablet was recently shown off at an exhibition in Germany that is about the size of an A4-sized paper. It’s unclear whether color e-ink will make it to a commercial drawing tablet in the future as the exhibition shows...

E Ink Debuts Its Color Triton Displays

11/09/2010, E Ink displays are really great for eBook readers and moving forward we’re happy to hear that E Ink Holdings has introduced its Triton displays, the company’s color electronic paper display. If you remember the color eBook reader by Hanvon...

New Display Technology To Compete With E-Ink?

10/07/2010, E-Ink displays might be the popular technology for eBook readers at the moment, but a new type of display demonstrated at the University of Cincinnati might be able to challenge it, as it uses a different substrate for the pigment used to create black...

E Ink to expand electrophoretic display adoption in other devices

08/17/2010, E Ink of Taiwan has announced that its EPD (electrophoretic display) will not only see action in devices such as ebook readers, but will also make an appearance across a variety of other consumer electronics such as keyboards, tags, watches, and...

Concept: E-ink Ruler Is A Flexible Measuring Tape

08/09/2010, Your measuring tape at home might not provide the correct measuring system (metric or imperial) that you want at the moment, but imagine if it used the popular E-ink displays. This concept measuring tape, the E-Ink Ruler, might be able to solve your...

Nemoptic’s Active Matrix Binem Display

07/13/2010, The folks over at Nemoptic have come up with a rather interesting tiny display dubbed the Binem Active Matrix E-paper display. This two-inch 170dpi display sports a 30ms refresh rate, fast enough for the display to handle video, and it’s also...