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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...

HP might just out a new flexible device in due time

07/12/2010, HP’s Phil McKinney spoke at MobileBeat in San Francisco today by talking about their new flexible display technology that utilizes rugged Mylar-infused sheets which are not unlike those found in solar panels. This makes it able to display video...

E-ink reveals new flexible plastic-based display

06/24/2010, E-ink has unveiled a new kind of flexible plastic based E-ink display which will definitely see more action among school-going kids, simply because this form of E-ink display can be used in their electronic textbooks while maintaining a tougher...

4FFF N618 EBook Reader

06/14/2010, Want an eBook reader that looks different from what everybody else out there has? You could always check out 4FFF’s N618 eBook reader, which the company claims uses Sipix electronic paper, offering over 16 contrasting gray levels. 4FFF also claims...

E Ink prototype display offers crisper, brighter color

06/01/2010, E Ink decided to take full advantage of the recently concluded SID 2010 conference by showing off a slew of prototype displays that offer crisper and brighter colors, although it still won’t hit the full gamut of colors. This is made possible by...

Samsung SNE-60 eBook Reader Headed To The UK

05/12/2010, Considering that Apple’s iPad is on its way to the UK, Samsung probably didn’t pick a very good time to ship its SNE-60 eBook reader to folks in the UK, but who are we to judge, right? While Apple’s iPad is not a dedicated eBook reader,...

Viewsonic VE620 And VE625 eBook Readers

04/12/2010, With the launch of Apple’s iPad and the dominance of Amazon’s Kindle eBook reader, you can be sure that any manufacturer aiming to break into the eBook reader market will be given a hard time. But despite the odds, Viewsonic doesn’t seem...

Seiko Announces Active-matrix E-ink Watch

04/02/2010, Seiko has come up with another of its E-ink watches, and this time, the Future Now EPD watch sports an active-matrix E-ink display, giving you 180 degrees of visibility for better viewing angles. This watch sports 80,000 pixels, all of which are fully...

Color E-ink Display Pictured

03/19/2010, Have we moved one step closer to color eBook readers? PVI, the company who makes the e-ink displays for Amazon’s Kindle, is now showing off its 6-inch and 9.7-inch color e-ink displays for eBook readers at a trade show in Shenzhen, China. The...

DIY Pixel Qi Display Kits Coming In Q2 Of 2010

03/07/2010, Dissatisfied with the performance of your laptop’s LCD display under direct sunlight? Well, fear not, as it seems that there will be DIY Pixel Qi displays come Q2 of 2010, and you’ll be able to replace your own laptop screen with one from...

Yinlips eBook Reader Looks Like iPad But Uses E-ink

02/06/2010, It looks like Yinlips is looking to beat Apple to the market, and possibly confuse iPad shoppers. Its upcoming iPad clone will sport a 6-inch e-ink screen, instead of a boring LCD display. You’ll get a battery that can last up to 20 hours on a full...

LG Develops 19-inch Flexible Electronic Paper Screen

01/15/2010, 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...

Alex eBook prototype hands-on

11/16/2009, This is the prototype that led to the Alex eBook (from Spring Design) that we told you about on Oct 19th. The LCD screen on the bottom runs Android, so it looks like many of the smartphones out there. If you browse the web (via WiFi) and find an...

Marvell and E Ink to offer enTourage eDGe

11/03/2009, Marvell has teamed up with E Ink to bring the first dualbook in the industry, where the device is known as the enTourage eDGe. It will merge the functions of an E-Ink reader with a netbook, notepad and audio/video player and recorder into a single device,...