HP Designs Flexible, Solar-powered Wrist Display

Soldiers in the future should be getting more and more tech to carry around, and HP is working on some rather cool display technologies to help them. What HP is working on is a prototype of a solar-powered lightweight computer display that is flexible enough to be wrapped around a soldier’s wrist. The display is only 200 microns thick, and can show useful data such as maps or directions and will be powered by solar cells. Prototypes will be offered to the military early next year, which should be something to look forward too. Said display technology utilizes the popular E-Ink display technology. So it looks like soldiers of the future will all sport a futuristic version of a Dick Tracy watch, eh?

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