• E Ink brings rich color to ePaper, but not to e-readers

    E Ink brings rich color to ePaper, but not to e-readers

    E Ink, maker of the ePaper displays found in many e-readers (maddening to have three different e prefixes in one sentence, but it’s unavoidable), announced a brand new type of reflective display that can show a huge range of colors — but the tech is only going to be deployed as signage for now. Read More

  • Epson And E Ink Show 9.7-Inch ePaper With 2,400 x 1,650 Resolution

    Electronic paper as a technology somehow evolves relatively slowly, but it evolves. Today Epson and E Ink announced they have co-developed a new ePaper display that’s sized at 9.68 inches and boasts 2,400 x 1,650/300 dpi quality. By way of comparison: the Kindle DX (9.7 inches) comes with 1,200 x 824 pixel resolution at 150 ppi. Read More

  • CEATEC 2008: Fujitsu presents Kindle "killer" Flepia (video)

    Fujitsu‘s booth at this year’s CEATEC is not really the most spectacular one but they are showcasing their Amazon Kindle competitor FLEPIa, an e-reader, which uses color e-paper. It looks awesome. I blogged about the FLEPIa before, but the video above should give you a better idea on how good the display really is. The picture above shows the… Read More