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Kisai Rorschach ePaper watch takes a new approach to reading the time

Kisai Rorschach ePaper watch takes a new approach to reading the time

By 19 November 2013

Tokyoflash Japan is looking to get into the watch game like everyone else, and has launched the Kisai Rorschach. It won't read like the typical watch, instead using the Rorschach inkblot test developed by Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach in 1921. ... >>

Plastic Logic demos colour video playback on e-paper

Plastic Logic demos colour video playback on e-paper

By 27 June 2012

Plastic Logic has serious plans for your e-reader. Revealed during a tour of the company's Cambridge-based research and development facility was a new e-paper capable of playing back video in colour.  Never before seen on e-readers, the screen was able... >>

Readius e-paper phone shown off at MWC

Readius e-paper phone shown off at MWC

By 12 February 2008

Polymer Vision made tech headlines in January with the announcement that they were going to launch a mobile phone with a pull-out e-paper display. The Dutch company are exhibiting at the Mobile World Congress event and Pocket-lint got a quick hands-on... >>

Mobile phone with pull-out e-paper display to launch

Mobile phone with pull-out e-paper display to launch

By 22 January 2008

A Dutch company, Polymer Vision, is to launch a mobile phone with a pull out e-paper display, Reuters reports. The "Readius" is due to hit the market mid-2008 and is positioned as not only a competitor to high-end mobile phones, but also to the likes... >>

LG Philips announces new flexible ePaper

LG Philips announces new flexible ePaper

By 3 January 2008

LG Philips has announced an updated version of their joint ePaper product to be shown at this year's CES, this time in a bendy format with 14.3-inch "sheets", now with 16 million colors, 1280 x 800 pixels and 7000 hours between charges. >>

Amazon Kindle sells out

Amazon Kindle sells out

By 22 November 2007

Amazon's new e-Book reader, the Kindle, has sold out already. The new gadget only went on sale via the online store on Monday, but all stock has now gone. The Kindle, costing $399, can store thousands of e-Books, and connect to the internet via an EV-DO... >>

Amazon unveils "the iPod of reading" Kindle

Amazon unveils "the iPod of reading" Kindle

By 19 November 2007

Amazon has chosen American current affairs print mag NewsWeek to provide the first look at the Amazon Kindle, the company's first eBook reader, and own-brand electronics of any kind, Electronista reports. A lot of the info about this new gadget has been... >>


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