New Technology: E-paper unplugged is key draw at Japan show
Yet another flexible e-paper display? No. Something special. This concept e-reader has no ho-hum signs of boring repetition. The concept e-reader was shown at last month’s FPD International in Japan.
It is what it is, or rather, what AU Optonics calls it, the Unplugged Flexible E-paper Display.
This six-inch-reader is made up of Rollable Organic TFT (thin film transistor) E-paper with a flexible photovoltaic battery attached to the e-paper. The-reader has 800 by 600-pixel resolution.
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