Ultra-Thin Screen A Step Towards Electronic Newspaper

from the send-beta-tests-here... dept

We’ve had stories about “electronic paper” and ultra-thin screens before, but this is the first time I’ve seen one including a photograph of the actual screen. This one is developed by E Ink, one of the two major players in the space. Of course, they’ve been good, historically, at generating hype – and less successful in finding a market for their technology. I’m hoping that will change, because I wouldn’t mind having a rollup screen I can carry around with me.

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