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Saturday, May 03, 2008

Display 2008: The e-paper that begs to be caressed (now with added video)

One of the more low-key exhibits at the Display 2008 show in Tokyo was a new kind of e-paper that promises an electronic experience far closer to real paper than anything we’ve seen before.

Display 2008: E-paper makes move for big time (with video)

Aside from flashy 3D displays, the other big draw for fans of future tech at Display 2008 in April was electronic paper in at least 57 flavor-packed varieties.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Video: World’s first full-size e-paper newspaper
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Ever wondered what we’ll all be reading on the hover bus in The Future?

Friday, February 22, 2008

E-paper advertising in the wild in Tokyo

Now that it’s all grown up and mature, electronic paper is stating to get out a bit more and enjoy life – its latest sortie sees it appearing on train station ticket gates as a variety of advertising posters.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

LG Philips creates world’s first bendy A4 color e-paper

We’ve seen plenty of products recently that use electronic paper on a small scale, but none as impressive as the flexible A4-sized color e-paper announced this week by LG Philips LCD of South Korea.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Fujitsu’s color e-paper comes to the market at last, but at a price


Fans of electronic paper who have cash to spare should be getting pretty excited right about now. That’s because Fujitsu has just announced that the world’s first color e-paper electronic book is available from October … at a price.

Friday, April 20, 2007

Flashy four-color e-paper watch makes titanium look cheap


The latest Japanese application for electronic paper looks nothing like as futuristic as some of the others we’ve seen, but it certainly has a price-tag that reflects the technology it uses.

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